Sabre and Farelogix have agreed to terminate their merger agreement, which expired on April 30. In a statement, Sabre said it continues to believe the transaction was not anti-competitive, an opinion confirmed by the U.S. federal district court’s decision in Sabre’s favor.  Unfortunately, said the statement, the UK’s Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) – acting outside the bounds of its jurisdictional authority – has prohibited the transaction. “We strongly disagree with the CMA’s decision,” said Sabre. The company said it remains committed to its long-term goal of creating a new market for personalized travel. It said it is “uniquely situated to create solutions that expand the distribution access of rich content via the Global Distribution System (GDS) marketplace and also help airlines create personalized offers for their customers, including the development of NDC-enabled solutions.”