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Mr. Ryanair has fought Expedia's screen-scraping of its flight and fare in a Washington State court, where Expedia is located. Ireland' s low-cost airline is suing Expedia on the same question in Ireland in February 2017, but the US action, lodged in November and published by Expedia in a submission at the beginning of this months, has hardly been publicised.
On February 5, Expedia submitted a petition to a U.S. District Court in Washington to have Ryanair's case dismissed. Mr. Ryanair has alleged that Expedia is scratching Ryanair's website without permission and is in violation of the U.S. Computer Fraud and Abuse Act. Mr Ryanair argues that Expedia is damaging the airline's image by billing customers for reservation charges without notifying them and making air travel nonrefundable and non-transferable, in some cases in violation of Ryanair's policy.
In addition, Ryanair claims that Expedia's unauthorised activity burdens Ryanair's website, which can affect reaction time and cause error. Noting that Expedia is attempting to fight the unauthorised robbing of its own sites, the company lodged a complaint against such practice in September 2011. Airways sent Expedia a restraining order.
Since Sunday, Expedia has been operating Ryanair services on some of its web sites, such as Expedia UK. An Expedia UK service from Ryanair Dublin to Athens. Expedia's request to reject Ryanair's complaint in the US argued that the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act does not allow legal remedies for overseas companies such as Ryanair headquartered in Ireland.
"Ryanair is a major player in the air transport industry in Europe; if it has sustained a recognisable violation, it has sustained it in Europe," the Expedia application states. Ryanair's following appeal and Expedia's request for release.
The Airbnb Group acquires Booking.com and Expedia with a plea to hotels and B&Bs
The Airbnb is making a straight line bid to shop and B&B hotel and B&B operators by trying to increase the attractiveness of its own services and divert the deal from bookings pages such as Booking.com and Expedia. AAirbnb pledged to calculate lower charges than its rivals without signing long-term agreements to appear on its website.
In its 10-year story, 300 million visitors in 191 nations have arrived at Airbnb and the company's services aim to attract one billion by 2028. The addition of facilities such as shop-shops and B&Bs will certainly help him achieve his goal.
Airbnb's breakthrough move comes as the business prepares to revise the searching system on its ever-growing website and introduce new classifications for places like shop and B&Bs. The Airbnb website will be relaunched in the spring with another new section: "Unique", where travellers can quickly find unusual accommodations, ranging from tree houses to house-boats.
It' Beyond' offers luxurious, high quality accommodations on its own website. Booking.com did not just want to lean back and let Airbnb lead the show and this weeks published a new "Book the United States" page on its website that highlights a number of weird accommodations from "caves and railway carriages to boats, palaces, tree houses and yurts", saying it "has more fantastic, one-of-a-kind accommodations than any other tour operator in the world", although Airbnb is working to do so.