The airline and HP concluded a formal agreement in March to have HP develop Jetstream.
Tnooz also reported at the time¬†that American had an option to walk away from the contract within 90 or 120 days from the contact’s signing.
Asked today whether the airline had exercised the out clause, American spokesman Billy Sanez said the airline has “passed that time period” and is “going along the path with HP.”
Sanez declined to provide further details.
The former EDS is now part of HP Enterprise Services.
American currently uses SabreSonic as its reservations system.
Jetstream is billed as HP’s successor to SHARES and American would eventually transition from Sabre to Jetstream.