Data caching problems end sales deal

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The decision to stop selling Southwest's tickets via the Travelocity site was a mutual one between the two companies, Comeaux said. Listing Southwest flights "is no benefit to us if our customers aren't actually able to use the tickets," he added.

But the move also marks the second blow to Travelocity's business in less than a week. Last Wednesday, Northwest Airlines Inc. and KLM Royal Dutch Airlines announced that they no longer would pay booking commissions to online travel sites -- a move that prompted Travelocity to slap a $10 fee on all Northwest and KLM tickets it sells in the U.S. and Canada.

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