Travel Websites Essay by Peter Pen

Travel Websites
A look at the legal, ethical and regulatory issues of travel websites.
# 62985 | 1,204 words | 6 sources | MLA | 2005
Published on Dec 18, 2005 in Computer and Technology (Internet) , Business (General) , Tourism (General) , Ethics (General)


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Description:

This paper offers a brief review of three travel websites. The sites examined are Expedia.com, Travelocity.com and Orbitz.com. The paper first examines legal issues pertaining to the websites and then looks at any ethical issues at play. Finally regulatory issues are discussed.

From the Paper:

"All of the sites have similar formats; all have menus though tabs, searches on the first page and the use of safe colors. The most differentiated is that of Orbitz, however, when looking at these sites it may be argued that with the presentation, apart from very few specific requirements, the companies may be acceptable substitutes for each other and as such the emphasis may be the choice they offer.
A wholly-owned subsidiary of Cendant Corporation and part of Cendant Travel Distribution Services division. Orbitz is a leading online travel company offering leisure and business travelers a wide selection of low airfares, as well as deals on lodging, car rentals, cruises, vacation packages and other travel."

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