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The logo for Expedia.com
Type of site
|Internet booking engine|
|Slogan(s)||Your Trip, Your Way.|
|Alexa rank||425 (September 2016[update])|
|Launched||July 16, 2001|
Expedia.com is a travel website owned by Expedia Inc. The website can be used to book airline tickets, hotel reservations, car rentals, cruises, vacation packages and various attractions and services via the internet or telephone agents. The site uses multiple global distribution systems like Amadeus or the Sabre reservation systems for flights and for hotels, Worldspan and Pegasus, along with its own hotel reservation system for contracted, bulk-rate reservations.
Rich Barton became its CEO and Lloyd Frink, who used to work for Barton at Microsoft, joined the now independent company.
In December 2010, listings for AMR Corporation, the parent company of American Airlines and American Eagle Airlines, were removed from Expedia's site. The decision resulted from a dispute over the degree of access to the site's customers. AMR reversed its decision in April 2011, allowing tickets to once again be sold through the aggregate site.
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