Expedia definition

Expedia means the software code, informational databases, products, and other components that make up Microsoft’s service to enable such end users to shop for, reserve, book (including, at a minimum, air travel, hotel accommodations, and car rentals) and pay for certain travel services via a personal computer (or other interactive device) connected to the Internet or other network. Microsoft currently offers such service on the Web under the name “Expedia,” but such name may change from time to time and the term “Expedia” as used herein shall be deemed to refer to all future versions of the above-described online service, regardless of the name under which it is offered from time to time, and includes without limitation any and all additional, follow-on, successor or replacement versions of such service.
Expedia means Expedia, Inc., a Delaware corporation.

Examples of Expedia in a sentence

  • Air and rail tickets shall be purchased via the Internet, if possible, using airline or online travel services such as Travelocity, Expedia, or Hotwire.

  • BCBST shall have no obligation to verify the current or continued accuracy of any information provided by Agency or to verify the accuracy of any hyperlink and is not responsible for any errors contained in any hyperlink.

  • Sufficient back up for both airfare and car rental would include print outs of online research at the various travel search engines (Expedia, Travelocity, etc.) documenting the prices for airfare and car rentals thus proving why your chosen rate is fair and reasonable.

  • As such, the requirement was analyzed and refined into the proc- essing component “Cargo/Vehicle Matcher.” This proc- essing component requires as input cargo and vehicle information, resulting in its dependency on relevant data components (e.g., “Cargo weight”).

  • Adjustments were made to the number of shares subject to each IAC and Expedia stock option to give effect to the one-for-two reverse stock split effected in connection with the Expedia Spin-Off and to the corresponding exercise prices based on the relative market capitalizations of IAC and Expedia at the time of the Expedia Spin-Off.


More Definitions of Expedia

Expedia means AAE Travel Pte Ltd.
Expedia means the software code, informational databases, products, and other components that make up the travel services of EI and its subsidiaries and are branded “Expedia” or “Travelscape”, which are marketed for use by individual end users in the United States, Belgium, Canada, France, Germany, the United Kingdom and/or such other locales as EI may elect to market its services, at its sole discretion, to enable such end users to shop for, reserve, book and pay for certain travel products and services (including, at a minimum, air travel, hotel accommodations, and car rentals) via a personal computer, telephone or other interactive device. The term “Expedia” as used in this Agreement shall be deemed to refer to all future versions of the above-described services, and includes without limitation any and all additional, follow-on, successor or replacement versions of such services. [**] Confidential treatment requested for redacted portion; redacted portion has been filed separately with the Commission.
Expedia has the meaning set forth in the Recitals.
Expedia means, the following entity(ies), as applicable to the relevant hotel geography noted: Expedia, Inc., a Washington corporation (U.S.A.); Expedia do Brasil Agencia de Viagens e Turismo Ltda, a Brazil limited liability company (Brazil); and Expedia Lodging Partner Services, Sarl, a Switzerland limited liability company (worldwide except U.S.A. and Brazil). You agree the foregoing definition may be updated from time to time at Expedia’s sole discretion, with notice to You.
Expedia as used in this Agreement shall be deemed to refer to all future versions of the above-described services, and includes without limitation any and all additional, follow-on, successor or replacement versions of such services.
Expedia shall have the meaning ascribed to this term in the preamble to this Agreement.