Travelocity’s Activities Tab Provides More Complete Travel Experience; Innovative Tool Saves Travelers Time and Money on Wide Array of Destination Activities, Attractions and Services

SOUTHLAKE, Texas–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Jan. 23, 2006–With the launch
of Travelocity’s new activities tab, travelers can now book
destination-based “travel extras” a la carte from a single location,
saving both time and money. The new functionality, accessible from the
Travelocity homepage, allows shoppers to book such travel extras as
part of a dynamic package or now for the first time as stand-alones.

“We understand that taking a vacation means more than just
planning how you’re going to get there,” said Bryan Saltzburg, vice
president leisure businesses for Travelocity. “Our new activities tab
enables us to provide travelers with another level of service to
ensure an unforgettable experience.”

Looking for the best places to see/things to do while on vacation?

Whether interested in a scenic helicopter ride in Hawaii, a Cirque
de Soleil performance in Las Vegas or even taking part in the
mysterious DaVinci Code Tour in Paris, Travelocity has your ticket.
With more than 1,400 travel extras in more than 150 top destinations
worldwide, travelers now can book everything from discounted dining
services to outdoor adventures like snorkeling with humpback whales,
in one place, at one time on

Travelers searching their destination of choice can choose from a
laundry list of activities and attractions to suit all interests,
including: golf and spa packages; attraction passes; ski adventures;
museum tours; admission to parks such as Busch Gardens, Sea World and
Walt Disney World; sky diving; Broadway and off- Broadway shows and
white water rafting to name a few.

Where to find them

To complement the wide array of activities travelers have to
choose from, Travelocity has developed a feature that allows consumers
to surf various categories of offerings at each destination through
easy-to-understand tabs. Travelocity’s Activities page includes
popular categories such as: Attractions, Shows and Events, Tours and
Activities, Outdoors, Dining, and Transportation.

About Travelocity

Travelocity is committed to being the traveler’s champion –
before, during and after the trip and works hand-in-hand with the
world’s most reputable travel providers so that everything about a
customer’s booking will be right. And if it’s not, Travelocity
guarantees that it will work with its partners to make it right, right
away. This customer-driven focus, backed by live 24/7 phone support,
great prices and powerful shopping technology has made Travelocity the
fifth largest travel agency in the U.S. – booking $4.9 billion in
travel in 2004. Based in Southlake, Texas, Travelocity also owns and
operates Travelocity Business(SM), and, a leader in
European online travel. Travelocity is owned by Sabre Holdings
Corporation (NYSE: TSG), a world leader in travel commerce.

    CONTACT: Travelocity
             Sie Soheili, 972-488-4790
             Amanda Borichevsky, 972-488-4790

    SOURCE: Travelocity