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A group representing the GDSs and OTAs thinks airlines moving towards direct distribution is 'discriminatory'? In other news, bears do their business in the woods. He might have a point if there were no other channels for consumers to compare prices - the internet, for example. There are also other aggregators in the market. The Infrata report is similarly biased and inaccurate, and avoids many of the other reasons airlines are moving away from the GDSs and their enormous distribution costs. Fact is, every airline's fares are out there for everyone to check and compare. That the GDSs see their dominance slipping is the more pertinent factor here.