An online travel agency for lodging reservations and other travel products. The online company’s platform enables travelers to book and rate accommodations and travel sites reservations. The company is part of Booking Holdings Inc.
Through its website, Booking.com promotes properties located on occupied Palestinian and Syrian land. Properties in Israeli settlements in the West Bank are listed as located either in Israel or in “Palestinian Territory – Israeli settlement,” while those located in occupied East Jerusalem and Syrian Golan are listed exclusively as located in Israel, misinforming consumers that book short term or long-term rentals.
Listings on Booking.com’s website were found in the settlements of Susya, Bat Ayin, Tekoa, Kfar Eldad, Neve Daniel, Ovnat, Kalia, Almog, Vered Yeriho, Kfar Adumim, Geva Binyamin, Giv’at Ze’ev, Shilo, Mehola, Shadmot Mehola, Ma’ale Levona Nili, Ma’ale Efraim, and Pisgat Ze’ev in the occupied West Bank and East Jerusalem, and in the Old City in occupied East Jerusalem, all of which were mislabeled “Israel.” Properties were also found in the settlements of Neve Ativ, Odem, El-Rum, Bruchim Qela’ Alon, Sha’al, Merom Golan, Ein Zivan, Alonei Habashan, Qatsrin, Yonatan, Keshet, Ani’am, Had Nes, Tel Kazir, HaOn, En Gev, Afik, Giv’at Yo’av, Eli Ad, Avnei Eitan, Moshav Ramot, Natur, Ma’ale Gamla, Hamat Gader Ma’agan and Neot Golan in the occupied Syrian Golan.
The company is fully owned by the company Booking Holdings. Booking Holdings is a US publicly-traded company listed on Nasdaq under the ticker symbol BKNG with generated revenues of $6.796 B in 2020.
CEO: Glenn Fogel
The Booking Holdings Group has eleven primary brands: Booking.com, Priceline, Agoda, Rentalcars.com, Kayak, Opentable, Rocketmiles, Fareharbor, Hotelscombined, Cheapflights and Momondo
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