Travelocity Business Offers Corporate Deals From Spirit Air; Continues Expanding Program Offering Air, Hotel and Car Rental Discounts With Flexibility Needed for Business Travelers

SOUTHLAKE, Texas–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Aug. 30, 2004–Travelocity
Business(SM), a full-service corporate travel agency, today announced
that it is adding Spirit Airlines to the growing number of airlines,
hotels and car rental companies that are offering its corporate
customers discounted rates designed specifically for business
travelers. Spirit Airlines, the largest privately held airline in the
United States and a leading low-fare airline, is providing Travelocity
Business clients 10-20 percent discounts on its already low fares for
coach and business class.

“Spirit Airlines has quickly emerged as an affordable option and
maintains a high level of quality and flexibility, which is attractive
to budget-conscious business travelers,” said Marc Cavaliere, vice
president of sales and distribution for Spirit Airlines. “Travelocity
Business continues to focus on offering the most complete range of
options to business travelers, including discounted fares that offer
them the flexibility to deal with changes in travel, and Spirit
Airlines is an excellent addition to this program.”

Travelocity Business offers companies and their travelers the
highly discounted air, car and hotel deals available on
Travelocity(R), but has also created a program in which it negotiates
discounts for corporations with fewer restrictions and greater
flexibility for business travel. Some of the other airlines offering
discounted rates to Travelocity Business clients include Lufthansa,
AeroMexico, Frontier Airlines, Japan Airlines and Qantas. Travelocity
Business also provides “corporate rates” at thousands of hotel
properties, such as Best Western and Pegasus Solutions’ Utell
Properties, and car rental discounts through Avis and Hertz.

“Travelocity Business is excited to offer its customers these
specially negotiated corporate discounts from Spirit,” said Scott
Hyden, general manager, Travelocity Business. “We continue to offer
our customers the best deals available, and this partnership with
Spirit allows us to provide these deals on an airline that flies to
some of the country’s top business destinations.”

Smaller companies typically do not have the volume to negotiate
their own discounts, and for large companies it is easiest to focus
their negotiations where they offer the supplier the most volume.
Through its close relationships with airlines, hotels and car rentals
companies, Travelocity Business is helping corporations gain a broad
range of discounts that complement their own program.

About Travelocity Business

Travelocity Business(SM) is a full-service corporate travel agency
that helps companies easily manage travel and reduce costs, while
providing more choices to travelers. Travelocity Business combines the
savings and convenience of online with the full service of dedicated
agents available 24/7 who typically answer the phone in 20 seconds,
and within 60 seconds guaranteed. Companies can cut travel costs
through flight deals, Web fares, hotel discounts and service fee
savings — representing an average savings of more than $100 per trip,
including airfare savings averaging 26 percent per ticket and service
fee savings of up to 82 percent.

Travelocity Business combines the expertise, service and travel
choices of Travelocity with corporate experience gained from serving
more than half of the Fortune 200. For more information, companies can

About Travelocity

Travelocity’s industry-leading technology and straight-talking,
honest information help travelers take more rewarding and affordable
trips. With 44 million registered users and booking nearly $4 billion
of travel in 2003, Travelocity negotiates thousands of low-priced
deals with the world’s most reputable travel providers — top
airlines, hotels, car rental companies, cruise lines, and other
destination attractions and services. Additionally, Travelocity(R)
offers deeply-discounted rates for weekend getaways and dynamic
packages through its Last Minute Deals and TotalTrip(SM) shopping
engines, and provides customer service support over the phone 24 hours
a day. Based in Southlake, Texas, Travelocity powers international
travel Web sites in eight languages and has been recognized for its
consumer advocacy and global leadership in online travel. More
information about Travelocity is available at
Travelocity is owned by Sabre Holdings Corporation (NYSE:TSG), a world
leader in travel commerce. More information about Sabre Holdings is
available at

About Spirit Airlines

Founded in 1990, Fort Lauderdale-based Spirit Airlines is the
largest privately held airline in the U.S., bringing low fares and
friendly service to 16 cities, including: Atlantic City, N.J.; Cancun,
Mexico; Chicago/O’Hare; Detroit; Las Vegas; Los Angeles; Myrtle Beach,
S.C.; New York/LaGuardia; Providence; San Juan, Puerto Rico;
Washington, D.C./Reagan National; and the Florida cities of Fort
Lauderdale, Fort Myers, Orlando and Tampa, with seasonal service to
West Palm Beach. Spirit was recently granted authority to fly to 11
Caribbean destinations.

In March 2004, Spirit announced an investment of $125 million from
Oaktree Capital Management and will add 35 new Airbus A320 aircraft to
its fleet beginning in October 2004, with options for 50 more. In the
past five years, Spirit has doubled its revenues to $450 million, and
in 2003 Spirit had the second highest load factor of any U.S. airline.

In addition to comfortable Coach class service, Spirit offers
Spirit Plus, a low-cost business class with 2-by-2 leather seating,
complimentary cocktails and snacks. For more information, fares,
schedules and reservations visit or call
1-800-772-7117 (en Espanol, 1-800-756-7117).

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             Chintan Talati, 972-488-4790

    SOURCE: Travelocity Business