The American Society of Travel Agents is creating turbulence for the 27 airlines preparing for take-off on a jointly operated Web site for ticket reservations.

The airlines’ Internet venture would compete with popular Web sites like Travelocity.com, Lowestfare.com, and Expedia.com. With their own site, the airlines would not have to pay commissions to a middleman.

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