Delta Selects Expedia’s Travel Exchange Private Label

Delta Air Lines today launched its partnership with Expedia`s Worldwide Travel Exchange (WWTEå?) private label booking solution to provide delta.com

customers with easy access to Expediaå‘s extensive hotel inventory and destination services.
This partnership provides another option for delta.com customers who now have access to more than 50,000 hotels including specially negotiated rates at nearly 10,000 properties worldwide.

“The WWTE solution enhances delta.com’s self-service options for our customers looking to complete their trip by adding a hotel to their flight reservation,” said Steve Scheper, managing director, Online Sales and Service. “We continue to expand our partnerships to serve our customer’s travel needs.  The addition of WWTE is another example of our commitment to bring travelers both value and flexibility.”

“Providing WWTE’s services to Delta shows our continuing momentum in supplying our partners with an industry-leading hotel booking solution that’s proven among travelers,” said Barney Harford, vice president of air, car and private label for Expedia., Inc. “The WWTE solution will bring even more convenience to delta.com customers who want a great selection of lodging and destination services, like restaurant reservations or tickets to theme parks and attractions.”

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WWTE

is operated by Travelscape, Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of Expedia

WWTE provides private label booking solutions for travel suppliers looking to enhance their product offerings. The WWTE private label solution gives travel suppliers the ability to enhance their own Web sites with industry leading cross-sell and dynamic packaging solutions offering highly competitive inventory.
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