Carriage and Cross Promotion Agreement - Microsoft Corp. and Expedia Inc.

Note:  Portions of this exhibit indicated by "[*]" are subject to a confidential
treatment request, and have been omitted from this exhibit. Complete, unredacted
copies of this exhibit have been filed with the Securities and Exchange 
Commission as part of Expedia's confidential treatment request.

     Amended and Restated MSN/Expedia Carriage and Cross Promotion Agreement

     This Amended and Restated MSN/Expedia Carriage and Cross Promotion
Agreement ("Agreement"), by and between Microsoft Corporation ("Microsoft"), a
Washington corporation, and Expedia, Inc. ("EI"), a Washington corporation, is
effective as of June 29, 2001 (the "Effective Date").

                                    RECITALS

     WHEREAS, EI owns and operates a network of Web sites currently known as
"Expedia," with the home page of the US version currently located at
http://www.expedia.com, and home pages of the international versions of Expedia
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located at other URLs;

     WHEREAS, Microsoft owns and operates, among other things, a network of Web
sites currently known as "MSN," with the home page of the US version currently
located at http://www.msn.com, and home pages of the international versions of
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MSN located at other URLs, which network includes a variety of topic-specific
offerings;

     WHEREAS, Microsoft and EI entered into the Expedia.com/MSN Carriage and
Cross Promotion Agreement dated as of November 5, 1999 (the "1999 Carriage
Agreement");

     WHEREAS, Microsoft and EI wish to amend and supersede the 1999 Carriage
Agreement in its entirety with this Agreement; and

     WHEREAS Microsoft and EI wish to include the customized co-branded version
of Expedia as part of MSN's "Travel" channel, and to provide various links to
each other's products and services among pages located in Microsoft Online
Properties and located in Expedia and the co-branded version of Expedia Web
sites, to engage in certain activities intended to promote the parties'
respective products and services and to undertake and carry out their respective
responsibilities as set forth in this Agreement.

     NOW, THEREFORE, in consideration of the mutual promises set forth herein,
the parties hereby agree as follows:

1.   Definitions
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     1.1 "Above-the-Fold" means the default area of a Web Page that is visible
to a user when first accessing the Web Page in a given session without having to
scroll down, or to the right while viewing a standard screen using a standard
Internet browser configuration (i.e. the browsing frame viewable within the
default installation of the latest version of Internet Explorer running on a
monitor with a display of 800 x 600 pixels).

     1.2 "Affiliate" means, with respect to a party to this Agreement, any
entity that a party directly or indirectly controls, or is under common control
with, or is controlled by, such party. For purposes of the preceding sentence,
"control" (including, with its correlative meanings, "controlled by" and "under
common control with") means possession, directly or indirectly, of the power to
direct or cause the direction of management or policies (whether through
ownership of securities or partnership or other ownership interests, by contract
or otherwise).

     1.3 "Agency Accommodation Transaction" means the reservation or purchase
via the Co-Branded Site of hotel accommodations for an uninterrupted stay of any
duration or any accommodations available for reservation or purchase for an
uninterrupted stay of any duration that is completed by a User, and where the
User pays the hotel and EI is receives a commission from the hotel.

     1.4 "Aggregate Information" means information that describes the habits,
usage patterns and/or demographics of users as a group but does not indicate the
identity of any particular end user, and information about an individual end
user presented in a form distinguishable from information relating to other end
users but not in a form that enables the recipient to personally identify any
end user.

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     1.5  "Air Transaction" means the purchase via the Co-Branded Site of
airline tickets for one trip (round-trip, or one-way if no round-trip is
purchased) that is completed by a User.

     1.6  "Car Transaction" means the reservation via the Co-Branded Site of one
or more rental cars for a given duration of time from the same pickup point that
is completed by a User.

     1.7  "Channel" means a group of content-related secondary Web Pages within
a Web Site that are devoted to a particular subject (such as Health,
Entertainment, News or Travel), the top level page of which group is accessed
directly from the Web Site's Home Page. The "Travel Channel" on MSN is the
Channel that relates to travel information, travel booking and related travel
information and has a placement and prominence equivalent to other Channels
within MSN.

     1.8  "Co-Branded Site" means the aggregation of special, customized
co-branded versions of Expedia to be developed, hosted and maintained by EI in
accordance with this Agreement, including the Home Page of such versions that
are accessed by Users via one of the EI Icons, and including international
versions of such special, customized co-branded versions of Expedia, and their
Home Pages that are accessed by Users via one of the EI Icons. For purposes of
this Agreement, Co-Branded Site means the "Travel Channel."

     1.9  "EI Icons" means any Link to the Co-Branded Site, such as the EI logo
or EI storefront booking form or other EI content, that is located on MSN.

     1.10 "EI Named Competitors" means (i) those entities, and any single,
direct successors or assigns of any of such entities, that are listed on Exhibit
B, (ii) any entity whose primary business, in Microsoft's good faith judgment,
is to provide distribution for one or more of the foregoing entities in part
(i), (iii) any entity which, in Microsoft's good faith judgment, is using
promotion or advertisements with Microsoft primarily to drive transactions to
one or more of the foregoing entities in part (i), and (iv) any entity doing
business under any of the brand names of one or more of the Named Competitors.
At all times during the Term, the number of "Named Competitors," shall be
limited to seven (7) in the US, and to five (5) in each "Non-US Exclusive
Countries." EI shall be entitled to update the list of Named Competitors not
more than once per year during the Term, which update will be effective as of
July 1 of each year; provided, that: (a) EI shall not be entitled to increase
the total number of Named Competitors included in such list; and (b) EI may not
add airline companies, hotel companies, car rental companies, cruise companies
or other Travel Suppliers whose primary purpose is not online or offline travel
aggregation services to the list, with the exception that for each of the Non-US
Exclusive Countries, EI may name one airline company (e.g. British Airways in
UK). For the purposes of ongoing modifications to the list, good faith sunset
provisions shall apply for a period of up to twelve (12) months from the date
that MSN signed an advertising or promotion deal with a Named Competitor that is
subsequently added to the list, thereby allowing MSN at any time to sign deals
for up to one (1) year in length with Travel Suppliers not on the list at the
time of such signing.

     1.11 "Essential Travel Elements" means those online travel services
required of the Co-Branded Site in each Exclusive Country, as further described
in Exhibit C, attached hereto and incorporated by reference herein.

     1.12 "Exclusive Countries" means those countries where EI operates a
Co-Branded Site. As of the Effective Date, Exclusive Countries mean the US,
Canada, UK and Germany. Beginning in September 2001, France will be considered
one of the Exclusive Countries. Additional Exclusive Countries may be added as
provided in Section 2.1(c). For purposes of this Agreement, Canada, UK, Germany,
France, and any additional Exclusive Countries which may be added as provided in
Section 2.1(c) are defined collectively, as "Non-US Exclusive Countries." For
purposes of clarification, "Exclusive Countries" shall include "Non-US Exclusive
Countries."

     1.13 "Expedia" means the software code, informational databases, products,
and other components that make up a service which is operated and hosted on Web
Sites by or for EI and is marketed for use by individual end users to enable
such end users to shop for, reserve, book and pay for certain travel services
via a personal computer (or any other interactive device) connected to the
Internet or any other network. EI currently offers such services on the Web
under the name "Expedia," but such name may change from time to time and the
term "Expedia" as used herein shall be deemed to refer to all future versions of
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which it is offered from time to time and from geography to geography, and
includes without limitation any and all additional, follow-on, successor or
replacement versions of such service. For the purposes of this Agreement,
"Expedia" shall not include versions of Expedia that are co-branded with third
parties in connection with EI distribution agreements (or their successors or
replacements) and shall not include EI's licensing program (or its successor or
replacement) under which EI licenses its travel technologies platform to third
parties. Certain international versions of Expedia may be controlled by joint
ventures in which EI participates, and Microsoft agrees that for purposes of
this Agreement, "Expedia" shall include such international version of Expedia
operated by such joint ventures provided that EI can effectively bind such joint
venture - through ownership control, shareholder agreements or other means - to
the terms of this Agreement if such joint venture version of Expedia is to be a
provider under this Agreement.

     1.14 "Expedia Lodging" means the lodging only service operated by EI,
formerly known as "Expedia Lite." Versions of Expedia Lodging for Italy and
Netherlands are expected to come online by summer 2001.

     1.15 "Gross Profit" means gross revenue less cost of goods sold, applied in
a manner consistent with EI's audited financial statements.

     1.16 "Home Page" means the initial Web Page of a Web Site seen by a user
once the user has directed Web browsing technology to access the Web Site's URL.

     1.17 "Hotel Transaction" means an Agency Accommodation Transaction or an
Merchant Accommodation Transaction.

     1.18 "Link" or "link" means an embedded icon, object, graphic (such as a
button or tab) or text within a Web Page, including, without limitation, banner
advertisements, quick links and persistent hyperlinks, that consists of a
hypertext pointer to the URL address of a Web Page.

     1.19 "Merchant Accommodation Transaction" means the reservation or purchase
via the Co-Branded Site of hotel accommodations for an uninterrupted stay of any
duration, or any accommodations available for reservation or purchase for an
uninterrupted stay of any duration that is completed by a User, where an EI
Affiliate is the Merchant of Record for the transaction.

     1.20 "Merchant of Record" means the entity whose name appears on the credit
card charge and to whom the applicable credit card company shall reimburse for
the amount of the credit card charge.

     1.21 "Microsoft Online Properties" means, in each Exclusive Country: MSN,
WebTV or MSNTV, MSN Mobile, and other online products or services Microsoft may
develop or acquire during the Term (e.g., other portals and online products or
services) where travel (small business or leisure) would be a key component.
"Microsoft Online Properties" includes Microsoft product websites (i.e., (i)
www.microsoft.com and (ii) Web Sites that are online components of Microsoft
packaged products (e.g., www.windowsmedia.com).

     1.22 "MSN" means the aggregation of Web-based properties (as such
properties may change from time to time in Microsoft's sole discretion) which is
currently marketed by Microsoft as "The Microsoft Network" and/or "MSN",
including international versions of such Web-based properties and MSN Vertical
Providers. MSN shall include: (i) all versions of MSN that are co-branded with
third parties (or their successors or replacements) for which MSN controls the
majority of the real estate (more than 50% of the space) on a page; (ii) all
pages seen by a user once the user has directed web browsing technology to
access MSN (whether such user has signed in to Passport when they arrive or
not), including personalized (i.e., My MSN or such other personalization) and
non-personalized pages, to the extent that Microsoft controls some of the links
on the page and the user has not specifically removed relevant EI Links; and
(iii) the Home Page of MSN. "MSN" shall not include the Co-Branded Site, MSN
Mobile or Microsoft Product Web Sites, or those MSN Vertical Providers not
controlled exclusively by Microsoft. Certain international versions of MSN may
be controlled by joint ventures in which Microsoft participates, and EI agrees
that for purposes of this Agreement, "MSN" shall include such international
version of Expedia operated by such joint ventures provided that Microsoft can
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ownership control, shareholder agreements or other means - to the terms of this
Agreement if such joint venture version of MSN is to be subject to this
Agreement.

     1.23 "MSN Named Competitors" means (i) those entities, and any single,
direct successors or assigns of any of such entities, that are listed on Exhibit
E, (ii) any entity whose primary business, in EI's good faith judgment, is to
provide distribution for one or more of the foregoing entities in part (i),
(iii) any entity which, in EI's good faith judgment, is using promotion or
advertisements with EI primarily to drive transactions to one or more of the
foregoing entities in part (i), and (iv) any entity doing business under any of
the brand names of one or more of the MSN Named Competitors. At all times during
the Term, the number of "MSN Named Competitors," shall be limited to five (5)
with respect to the MSN Home Page, and five (5) with respect to each MSN
Vertical Provider.

     1.24 "MSN Sidebar" means the right hand, fourth column space on the Home
Page of the Co-Branded Site.

     1.25 "MSN Vertical Provider" means a Microsoft joint venture or third-party
content provider Web Site Linked to from the MSN Home Page or other part of MSN
(such as a Channel or Department), where (i) the branding of the default Home
Page as a result of such Link is either co-branded with MSN or controlled
exclusively by such content provider, and (ii) the operation of such Web Site
may be controlled exclusively by such third party content provider (e.g.,
"Hotmail"). For example, MSNBC is the MSN Vertical Provider of the "news"
Channel on MSN, and Expedia is the MSN Vertical Provider of the "travel" Channel
on MSN.

     1.26 "Network Template" means, collectively, the Network Headers and
Network Footers. These elements shall be designed by Microsoft in accordance
with the specifications set forth in Sections 1.27 and 1.28. EI will include the
Network Template on all pages of the Co-Branded Site, including the Home Page.

     1.27 "Network Header" means a page header (i) that shall be located on the
horizontal area within the top one hundred (100) pixels of the Home Page of the
Co-Branded Site and on all pages of the Co-Branded Site, unless otherwise
specified below (ii) that is designed and configured by Microsoft, (iii) that
includes the Microsoft Marks (i.e., MSN) and navigational elements as shown in
Exhibit A, attached hereto and incorporated herein by reference, and (iv) that
meets the specifications set forth in this Agreement. The Network Header on all
Transaction pages on the Co-Branded Site shall occupy less than eighty-four (84)
pixels. The Network Header shall include space for one (1) standard 460 x 60
pixel ad banner to be served and sold by Expedia. Microsoft may update the
Network Header by providing EI with thirty (30) days written notice, subject to
EI's approval, which approval will not be unreasonably withheld or delayed.
Microsoft may not make changes to the Network Header that changes the underlying
HTML code that controls the interface between the Network Header and the
Co-Branded Site, increases the amount of Above-the-Fold space occupied by the
Network Header, or removes the space for the ad banner. The parties agree that
design changes for the Network Header may be "rolled-out" on a geography by
geography basis as opposed to a blanket conversion.

     1.28 "Network Footer" means a page footer (i) that shall be located on the
horizontal area within the bottom one hundred (100) pixels of the Home Page of
the Co-Branded Site and on all pages of the Co-Branded Site, (ii) that is
designed and configured by Microsoft, (iii) that includes the Microsoft Marks
(i.e., MSN), copyright notices, and navigational elements as shown in Exhibit A,
attached hereto and incorporated herein by reference, and (iv) that meets the
specifications set forth in this Agreement. Microsoft may update the Network
Footer by providing EI with thirty (30) days written notice, subject to EI's
approval, which approval will not be unreasonably withheld or delayed. Microsoft
may not make changes to the Network Footer that changes the underlying HTML code
that controls the interface between the Network Footer and the Co-Branded Site,
or increases the amount of space occupied by the Network Footer. The parties
agree that design changes for the Network Footer may be "rolled-out" on a
geography by geography basis as opposed to a blanket conversion.

     1.29 "Personal Information" means information about an end user permitting
such end user to be specifically identified and may include, but not be limited
to: (i) end user name, (ii) end user address, (iii) the end user's personally
identifying transaction data; and (iv) any and all click stream data that may
permit the end user to be specifically identified.

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     1.30 "Transaction" means any (i) Air Transaction, Car Transaction, Hotel
Transaction and Travel Package Transaction, and (ii) shall include additional
transactions types, as applicable, added after the Effective Date by mutual
agreement of the parties.

     1.31 "Travel Package Transactions" means the purchase via the Co-Branded
Site of a combination of two or more Transactions which have a common booking
date, and which have been completed by the same User.

     1.32 "Travel Supplier" means any entity offering travel services or
information related to travel or travel services, including but not limited to,
air, car, accommodations, cruise, packages, tours, ferry, train, bus, and/or
travel insurance, either directly, as the service provider, or indirectly, as an
intermediary offering the services of multiple service providers.

     1.33 "User" means individuals or entities that access the Co-Branded Site
via one of the EI Icons.

     1.34 "User Information" means both Aggregate Information and Personal
Information pertaining to an end user. 

     1.35 "Web Page" means content in the World Wide Web portion of the Internet
accessed via a single URL but excluding content on other Web Pages accessed via
links in said content.

     1.36 "Web Site" means a collection of Web Pages related in some manner and
interconnected via links, that are located on the same primary domain.

     1.37 Other Defined Terms; Interpretation. Other terms have defined meanings
as used in this Agreement, and each such term is noted by having initial letters
capitalized, in quotation marks, either following the definition or as otherwise
indicated. Also in this Agreement, unless the context otherwise requires: 
          (a)    headings and underlinings are for convenience only and do not 
affect the interpretation of this Agreement;
          (b)    the singular includes the plural and vice versa;
          (c)    a reference to a party to a document includes that party's 
successors and assigns;
          (d)    a reference to a document, includes any amendment, replacement
or novation of it;
          (e)    a reference to a statute, ordinance or by-law includes
regulations and other instruments under it and consolidations, amendments, re-
enactments or replacements of any of them;
          (f)    if a period of time is specified and dates from a given day or
the day of an act or event, it is to be calculated exclusive of that day;
          (g)    a reference to a day is to be interpreted as the period of time
commencing at midnight and ending 24 hours later;
          (h)    if an act prescribed under this Agreement to be done by a party
on or by a given day is done after 5.00 pm on that day, it is taken to be done
on the next day;
          (i)    a reference to any thing includes a part of that thing;
          (j)    "e.g." and "for example" means by way of example but not 
limitation;
          (k)    "including" and "include" means by way of example and not 
limitation;
          (l)    a reference to liquidation includes appointment of an 
administrator, merger, amalgamation, reconstruction, winding-up, dissolution,
assignment for the benefit of creditors, entering into a scheme, compromise or
arrangement with creditors, insolvency, bankruptcy, or any similar procedure or,
where applicable, dissolution of any partnership or person, or death;
          (m)    where the day on or by which any thing is to be done is not a 
Business Day, that thing will be done on or by the next following Business Day;
          (n)    as used herein, notify means to give notice in the manner
required in Section 16.5;
          (o)    as used herein, the words "shall" and "will" have the same
meaning as the word "must;" and
          (p)    whenever this Agreement refers to a Web Site or aggregation of
Web Pages, including without limitation MSN, the Co-Branded Site, the Microsoft
Online Properties, and Expedia, such reference will also include successor
versions thereof that may evolve throughout the Term, regardless of whether or
not marketed or promoted under the same name.

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2.   Description of the Co-Branded Site
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     2.1 Development and Maintenance. EI shall, at its expense, develop,
operate, maintain, and host the Co-Branded Site, in accordance with the
specifications set forth in this Agreement. As between Microsoft and EI, except
as expressly provided otherwise in this Agreement, or in any related or support
services agreement, EI shall be and remain solely responsible for all
development, operation, maintenance and hosting of the Co-Branded Site,
including all content contained therein. The Co-Branded Site will be a
customized version of Expedia but shall generally include all Expedia products
and services. In particular:

          (a)   EI will make all materials and content on Expedia, which are not
prohibited under the terms of this Agreement or any other agreement which EI has
entered into, available on the Co-Branded Site.

          (b)   EI will maintain certain, Microsoft-specified minimum standards
for connectivity and availability which shall be not more restrictive than the
standards required by MSN with respect to any other MSN premier partner; these
requirements may be updated by Microsoft with reasonable input from EI from time
to time by written notice from Microsoft to EI, and EI will implement any
required modifications to the service on a timely basis.

          (c)   All pages of the Co-Branded Site must have the same performance
standard as Expedia (or any other Expedia co-branded sites), including but not
limited to, up time, availability, rendering speed, and page loading. Both EI
and Microsoft will attempt a standard of performance to match any leading Web
Site.

          (d)   The parties will provide each other with mutually agreed
maintenance reports, system alerts, and other communications related to site
performance. In addition, each party will provide the other with any reasonable
reporting that may be requested by the other party, and the parties shall work
together to develop reasonable reporting requirements. The parties shall also
share their respective international product development plans on an annual
basis.

          (e)   EI agrees that the Co-Branded Site, as served by EI servers,
will be easily viewable on all popular browsers, including but not limited to
Internet Explorer, Netscape Navigator and WebTV/MSNTV. Also, users of Windows,
Macintosh, Linux and Unix systems should all be able to view pages served by EI.

          (f)   The parties will work together to implement the procedures as
reasonably necessary to ensure that Microsoft is notified of all site failure(s)
or significant decline(s) in performance.

          (i)   This Agreement is global in scope, and the Non-US Exclusive 
Country versions will be customized and co-branded as international versions in
accordance with the specifications of this Agreement.

          (j)   Additional Non-US Exclusive Countries. To the extent that EI 
develops additional localized versions of Expedia for a particular country or
region in which MSN has an in-country presence, other than Australia, New
Zealand and Papua New Guinea, the Expedia Co-Branded Site within that country
will have the right to be featured as the Travel Channel. EI will provide
Microsoft with at least six (6) months notice of its intention to operate a
localized version of the Co-Branded Site in a new geography. Upon such
notification and EI's reasonable demonstration to Microsoft that such
additional, localized version of the Co-Branded Site has the Essential Travel
Elements ("Additional Non-US Exclusive Countries"), Microsoft will have the
right to approve each Additional Non-US Exclusive Countries, provided, however,
that such approval shall not be withheld so long as the channel plan that EI
provides to Microsoft includes the Essential Travel Elements. Applicable terms
for such Additional Non-US Exclusive Countries shall be the same as those for
the existing Non-US Exclusive Countries. The parties agree that good faith
sunset provisions of twelve (12) months from the date on which notice of
intention to enter a market was delivered to Microsoft by EI will be
implemented; provided, however, that in the event that after having provided
such notice, EI's launch date in such Additional Non-US Exclusive Country slips
beyond the end of the twelve (12) month sunset provision window, the sunset
provision window shall be automatically extended until the revised launch date
in order to allow Microsoft to continue to work with other travel service
providers until the Co-Branded Site launches in such country. Sunset provisions
may be fulfilled following the launch of the Co-Branded Site in such Additional
Non-US Exclusive Country through use of the MSN Sidebar, or such other placement
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MSN as the parties may mutually agree upon. Notwithstanding the foregoing,
however, the parties agree that in no event shall such other placement include
the creation of a second Channel for, or related to, travel on MSN.

     2.2  Essential Travel Elements. EI will provide and ensure, either directly
or indirectly, that the Co-Branded Site services in the Exclusive Countries will
include, at a minimum, the Essential Travel Elements. In the event that EI does
not provide a service that includes each of the Essential Travel Elements,
Microsoft may give EI written notice of deficiency, providing EI with thirty
(30) day to cure such deficiency ("Cure Period"). Prior to the end of the Cure
Period, Expedia will either: (i) cure the deficiency by making the missing
Essential Travel Element available to Users within the Cure Period or within
another time period acceptable to Microsoft; or (ii) abdicate its right to
provide the missing Essential Travel Element in a particular Exclusive Country
or the Exclusive Countries for a period of twelve (12) months. In the event that
EI abdicates its right to provide a missing Essential Travel Element in a
particular Exclusive Country or the Exclusive Countries, Microsoft may, directly
or through a third party, provide a service that addresses such missing
Essential Travel Element in the particular Exclusive Country or the Exclusive
Countries using the MSN Sidebar. In such situations, Microsoft may request that
placement other than the MSN Sidebar be made available on the Home Page of the
Co-Branded Site to promote this service (e.g. an A-column quick link) within the
overall twenty percent (20%) of programmable space allocation described in
Section 3.1(a).

     2.3  User Information

          (a)   Microsoft and EI may use any and all Aggregate Information 
collected by EI from Users during the Term, and EI shall provide all Aggregate
Information to Microsoft on a monthly basis, provided however such collection
and use shall be in compliance with the applicable Co-Branded Site privacy
statement and applicable law. The Co-Branded Site will prominently display a
"Privacy Policy" link to Expedia's online privacy policy, which shall be
approved by TRUSTe or other comparable independent privacy organization and all
applicable laws, and which shall allow the parties carry out the obligations
contemplated in this Agreement. Furthermore, EI may not use or store any
Co-Branded Site Personal Information except to the same extent it uses and
stores Personal Information gathered from Expedia. The parties agree to work
together on joint promotions, and that any promotional emails to Users shall be
sent by EI. Microsoft will not communicate with Users unless such Users are also
registered on MSN.

          (b)   All uses by EI of Personal Information collected by EI from
Users during the Term shall comply with the applicable Co-Branded Site privacy
statement and applicable law. Except as expressly set forth in this Section 2.3,
EI shall not be obligated to share any of its customer data with Microsoft.

          (c)   MSN will own all MSN end-user data generated on pages of MSN;
and all terms and conditions, rules, policies and operating procedures of MSN
will apply to such MSN end-users; and MSN shall retain the right to change such
terms and conditions, rules, policies and operating procedures at any time.

          (d)   EI will own all data generated by Users, and all of the terms
and conditions, rules, policies and operating procedures of Expedia (including
but not limited to policies relating to the use of Personal Information,
customer orders, customer service and ticket fulfillment) will apply to such
Users; and EI reserves the right to change such terms and conditions, rules,
policies and operating procedures at any time, subject to compliance with the
terms of this Agreement.

3.   Distribution and Cross Promotion Requirements
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     3.1  Co-Branded Site. Except as otherwise provided in this Section 3.1, the
Co-Branded Site in each corresponding Exclusive Country will be the Travel
Channel on MSN in such Exclusive Country. The Travel Channel is the exclusive
travel transaction channel on MSN in the Exclusive Countries.

          (a)   The Home Page of the Co-Branded Site shall be branded by the 
applicable Expedia brand, and shall include a content module, dedicated and
linking to the rest of the Co-Branded Site. Such content module will occupy at
least eighty percent (80%) of the programmable space on the Home Page of the
Co-Branded Site. These proportions shall apply both to the total programmable
space on the Home Page of the Co-Branded Site and to the Above-the-Fold
programmable space on the Home Page of the Co-Branded Site. Microsoft shall have
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right to provide twenty percent (20%) of the content included in the
programmable space on the Home Page of the Co-Branded Site, through programming
of the MSN Sidebar as described in Exhibit A. Content supplied by Microsoft must
link to MSN, and cannot promote Travel Suppliers on MSN, except as expressly
agreed to in this Section 3.1. Microsoft shall otherwise have full discretion in
determining what content to include in the MSN Sidebar, provided however that
MSN may not use the MSN Sidebar to sell advertisement to, or otherwise promote
Travel Suppliers.

          (b)   In the specific instance of MSN's use of the MSN Sidebar to 
address an Essential Travel Element for which EI has temporarily abdicated the
right to provide, as described in Section 2.3, Microsoft may use the MSN Sidebar
to promote a Travel Supplier that offers the Essential Travel Element in
question, so long as: (i) the Travel Supplier is not a Named Competitor,
provided, however, that if the only potential supplier of such content in the
Exclusive Country is a Named Competitor then Microsoft shall have the right to
promote such Travel Supplier via the MSN Sidebar; and (ii) to the extent
feasible, the Essential Travel Element is provided in isolation (i.e. the
service to which the MSN Sidebar links in order to supply this feature shall not
include any other travel elements that are competitive with features offered on
the Co-Branded Site).

     3.2  Links from MSN to the Co-Branded Site. In addition to the links
included under Section 3.1, Microsoft will provide links to the Co-Branded Site
in each Exclusive Country, as follows:

          (a)   An Above-the-Fold "Travel" link to the Home Page of the Co-
Branded Site on the Home Page of MSN and on all other pages on MSN on which the
Channel bar is used to link to the Home Page of the Co-Branded Site.

          (b)   At least two "quick link" text links Above-the-Fold or
comparable traffic driving Above-the-Fold links on the Home Page of MSN (and on
other parts of MSN where all or substantially all of the Home Page "quick links"
appear) that link to the appropriate Web Page on the Co-Branded Site, one to be
titled "Air Tickets", the other to be used for other travel transaction-driving
purposes (e.g., hotels, vacation packages, etc.), with periodic changes in the
title of this quick link to be determined by Microsoft with the intent of
maximizing Gross Profit and therefore performance payments to MSN from
transactions driven by that quick link.

          (c)   Subject to EI remaining in the mapping business, MSN may at its 
option provide an additional "Maps" quick link on the Home Page of, or elsewhere
within, MSN that links to the Co-Branded Site.

          (d)   Microsoft may provide additional "quick link" text links to the
Co-Branded Site from MSN or other Microsoft Online Properties other than those
specified in clauses (a), (b) and (c) (e.g., HomeAdvisor) as determined by
Microsoft, with the placement, type and position of such links being within
Microsoft's discretion. The parties acknowledge that the format and/or
appearance of MSN may change from time to time; however, Microsoft agrees that
the positioning of such quick links shall at all times remain comparable to
other quick links, provided that if quick links are removed from the Home Page
of MSN or other key places, both parties will work in good faith to provide EI
with placement of Above-the-Fold links that will provide substantially
equivalent traffic to the Home Page of the Co-Branded Site.

     3.3  MSN Promotions. Microsoft agrees to include the Co-Branded Site in MSN
network in-house online promotions (such as banner advertising, key initiatives,
MSN network promotion inventory, MSN network info pane, and special editorial
references) and make commercially reasonable efforts to promote the Co-Branded
Site in offline promotions in a similar manner as it promotes other MSN partners
(e.g., WebMD). During the term of this Agreement, Microsoft agrees that the
Co-Branded Site online promotions shall constitute a minimum of four percent
(4%) of the total number of impressions resulting from MSN network in-house
online promotions. Provided that EI continues to drive traffic and revenue to
MSN at its current levels, Microsoft will provide EI with placement on the MSN
network info pane headlines that is equivalent to its current placement. To the
extent Expedia provides unsold advertising or promotional inventory on the
Co-Branded Site or Expedia for MSN in-house online promotions over and above the
four percent (4%) referenced in Section 3.10, MSN shall in turn provide Expedia
twice as much in kind inventory across MSN over and above the four percent (4%)
referenced in this Section 3.3 for promotion of the Co-Branded Site.

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     3.4   Restrictions on Microsoft Online Properties. The Co-Branded Site
shall be the preferred travel transaction service on or promoted by Microsoft
Online Properties, other than MSN, except as set forth in Sections 2.1(i), and
6. In each instance in which an agreement is entered to promote a Travel
Supplier on a Microsoft Online Property, EI will have the right to the same or
better promotion on equal or better terms.

     3.5   eShop. The parties agree that the Co-Branded Site shall be the
preferred travel store featured in eShop (or equivalent section), and shall
receive promotion equal to or greater than all other stores.

     3.6   Links from WebTV. Microsoft agrees to continue the current placement
on WebTV, if any, in a manner that is consistent with the current levels.

     3.7   Links to the Co-Branded Site from MSN Search. Prior to, or within
thirty (30) Days following the Launch Date, Microsoft will use commercially
reasonable efforts to integrate listings for EI content as follows:

           (a)   Expedia Content on Featured Sites. Subject to MSN Search
editorial control, MSN will feature Co-Branded Site content on MSN Search as
Featured Sites (as defined below in this Section 3.7) for a specified set of
travel-related queries ("Travel Keywords"), which are relevant to such content.
Microsoft will have the final say on whether any additional query will be
designated as a Travel Keyword. The list of Travel Keywords for Expedia set
forth in Exhibit D is the list of Travel Keywords that were in place on May 25,
2001. EI shall have the right to propose new or substitute Travel Keywords at
least once during each calendar quarter of the Term. Even if Microsoft has
agreed that a particular query is an appropriate Travel Keyword, there will be
no Expedia Featured Site Link associated with such Travel Keyword if Expedia
does not have content on the Co-Branded Site that, in Microsoft's sole editorial
judgment, is relevant to and corresponds with such Travel Keyword. To the extent
that MSN has featured a Travel Supplier on MSN Search as a Featured Site for a
given query, and that query is not a trademark/brand solely allocated to the
Travel Supplier owner thereof, then MSN will commit to feature Co-Branded Site
content on MSN Search as a Featured Site for that specific query, to the extent
that Expedia has content on the Co-Branded Site that, in Microsoft's sole
editorial judgment, is relevant to and corresponds with such query. For the
purposes of this Section 3.7(a), content shall be understood to include the
reservation or selling of travel services on the Co-Branded Site.

           (b)   Sale of Featured Site Links to Travel Advertiser. Microsoft
will not be restricted from (i) utilizing data search results from third party
suppliers (including, but not limited to, Inktomi, Looksmart and Goto search
results) even if such search results link to EI Named Competitors (but not
including Featured Sites) and (ii) selling advertising (including Featured Site
placement for any of the Travel Keywords associated with the Co-Branded Site,
banners on MSN Search results pages or any other advertising or placement) to
any travel-related advertisers other than EI Named Competitors. Expedia will
have no right to sell any Featured Site Links to any third party without the
express written approval from MSN; provided, however, that as part of an overall
content sponsorship on the Co-Branded Site, subject to (A) that such Featured
Site Links directly to such sponsored content on the Co-Branded Site, (B) MSN
Search editorial control with respect to the associated Travel Keyword and (C)
MSN's right to sell advertising as set forth in this Section 3.7(b), EI may sell
content sponsorships to third parties for content on the Co-Branded Site which
has associated Travel Keywords and Featured Sites. EI may not sell the Featured
Sites themselves but only indicate that the content sponsorship may include
associated Featured Sites on MSN Search if approved by the MSN Search editorial
team.

           (c)   Site Search Maintenance. Site Search on the MSN US Travel
Channel will be hosted and maintained by EI on the Co-Branded Site (with all
search results being shown on the Co-Branded Site), and Expedia will maintain
control of the advertising inventory on the Co-Branded Site.

           (d)   Limitations on Expedia Rights to Sell Advertising Inventory. 
Expedia will have no right to sell any advertising inventory on MSN, including,
but not limited to, run of site advertising.

           (e)   For purposes of this Section 3.6, "Featured Site" means a
Search Result whereby Microsoft specifically places a non-exclusive Search
Result at the Featured Site section of the MSN Search Web Page. Not all MSN
searches result in a Web Page with a Featured Site. Featured Sites must relate
editorially to the

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searched term in Microsoft's sole editorial discretion, and Microsoft may choose
temporarily not to place a Featured Site as a Search Result if other Search
Results are more relevant because of current events.

     3.8   Expedia Lodging. Expedia Lodging (formerly known as Expedia Lite) may
be promoted on a pay for performance basis, with Transaction payments paid as
set forth in Section 4. No Slotting Fee will be paid for Expedia Lodging
placement, nor will there be any guaranteed promotion. Each non-Exclusive
Country shall be free to accept or reject a deal for Expedia Lodging for any
reason.

     3.9   Other Microsoft Internet Technologies. EI shall implement Microsoft
Passport authentication technology on the Co-Branded Site and Expedia (as soon
as commercially available and technically viable, with the timing to be
discussed by the parties) so that existing registered Passport users may use the
services available on the Co-Branded Site without having to reenter their
username and password or other relevant personal information; the usage terms,
pricing and conditions shall be agreed upon by the parties. Upon notice from
Microsoft that other technologies are available for distribution, EI agrees, as
soon as commercially available and technically viable, to use commercially
reasonable efforts (when technology is applicable) to include or implement or
adopt on the Co-Branded Site and/or Expedia other Microsoft Internet
technologies (e.g. .NET Notification) under such usage terms, pricing and
conditions as the parties may mutually agree. Notwithstanding the foregoing,
however, in no event shall EI implement or adopt on the Co-Branded Site and/or
Expedia any Microsoft technology, Internet services, or platform that conflicts
with any of the terms and conditions of Expedia's Privacy Policy Statement.

     3.10   Expedia promotions: At least four percent (4%) of the
advertising/promotional inventory on Expedia and the Co-Branded Site that is
used by EI for in-house promotions shall be made available for MSN in-house
promotions. MSN may not use this inventory to promote any Travel Suppliers or
travel-related offering or services, or sell it as advertising inventory.

4.   Fees; Payments; and Reporting
     -----------------------------

     4.1   Slotting Fee.

           (a)   US Slotting Fee. For the Co-Branded Site in the United States,
EI will pay Microsoft a non-refundable fee of Five Hundred Thousand Dollars
(US$500,000.00) ("US Slotting Fee"), per twelve (12) month period, coinciding
with the Microsoft fiscal year, the period beginning July 1 and ending June 30
("Annual Term"). EI will pay the US Slotting Fee in twelve (12) equal, monthly
installment payments.

           (b)   Credit toward Performance Payments. The US Slotting Fee will be
a credit toward Performance Payments (as defined in Section 4.3 below).

     4.2   Non-US Slotting Fees.

           (a)   Non-US Slotting Fees. Commencing on the Effective Date, for
each Co-Branded Site in each of the Non-US Exclusive Country, EI will pay
Microsoft a non-refundable fee of Two Hundred Fifty Thousand Dollars
(US$250,000.00) ("Non-US Slotting Fee"), per twelve month period, coinciding
with the Annual Term. The Non-US Slotting Fee shall be paid in twelve (12) equal
monthly installment payments. For partial Annual Terms, the payment amount due
Microsoft will be calculated on a pro-rated basis based on the number of days in
each month. For subsequent Annual Terms, the Non-US Slotting Fee may be adjusted
and calculated in the manner described in Section 4.2(b) below.

           (b)   Adjusted Non-US Slotting Fee. Commencing at the start of the 
Annual Term coinciding with Microsoft's fiscal year 2003, and at the start of
all subsequent Annual Terms, if the Performance Payments (as defined in Section
4.3 below) for a given Non-US Exclusive Country, for the immediately prior
Annual Term, do not equal at least One Hundred Fifty Thousand Dollars
(US$150,000.00) ("Non-US Performance Payment Threshold"), the Non-US Slotting
Fee for each such country shall be reduced to One Hundred Fifty Thousand Dollars
(US$150,000.00) ("Adjusted Non-US Slotting Fee") per Annual Term for that
country, which shall be calculated on a pro-rated basis based on the number of
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           (c)   Additional Non-US Exclusive Countries. For each Non-US
Exclusive Country added during the Term that launches the Co-Branded Site during
a given Annual Term, (i) the Non-US Performance Payment Threshold, as described
in Section 4.2(b), for each such Non-US Exclusive Country, shall be measured on
a pro-rata basis if the Co-Branded Site is launched in that country before the
mid-year point of the respective Annual Term (which the parties agree is
December 31); and (ii) where the Co-Branded Site is launched after such mid-year
point, the Non-US Performance Payment Threshold shall not be measured until
after the following full Annual Term, for which a Non-US Slotting Fee shall
apply for such first full Annual Term.

           (d)   Credit Toward Performance Fees. The Non-US Slotting Fee for
each Non-US Exclusive Country will not be credited toward Performance Payments
owed by EI to Microsoft, unless the total amount of Performance Payments, per
Non-US Exclusive Country, exceeds the payment thresholds defined in Section 4.3.

     4.3   Performance Payments.

           (a)   Performance Payments. During the Term, EI will pay to Microsoft
at the end of each fiscal month of the Annual Term, an amount equal to the
applicable Performance Payment for each Transaction type multiplied by the
number of Transactions for that particular Transaction type net of the number of
cancelled Transactions of that Transaction type that occurred during the
applicable period. "Performance Payments" mean the percentage of average Gross
Profit EI made from each Transaction type over a one year period, as per the
table below:

            ------------------------------------------------------
                                    Performance Payment Due
                                          to Microsoft
                                    (% of avg. Gross Profit)
            ------------------------------------------------------
            Air Transactions                   30%
            ------------------------------------------------------
            Car Transactions                   25%
            ------------------------------------------------------
            Merchant                           25%
            Accommodation
            Transactions                                                 
            ------------------------------------------------------
            Agency                             25%
            Accommodation
            Transactions
            ------------------------------------------------------   
            Travel Package        Applicable percentage as set
            Transactions         forth above for each component      
                                of the Travel Package Transaction;
                               which are treated as the applicable
                                        Transaction type.

           (b)   Gross Profit per Transaction Calculation. Gross Profit per 
Transaction calculations will be calculated on the Weighted Average of all the
Exclusive Countries. Performance Payments due to Microsoft from EI shall have no
minimum payment amount (but will not be less than zero) and no maximum payment
amount. For the purposes of this Section 4.3(b), "Weighted Average" is
calculated as follows: the total amount of Gross Profit per Transaction type, on
the Co-Branded Site, Expedia and all other Expedia co-branded sites divided by
the total number of Transactions of that type on the Co-Branded Site, Expedia
and all other Expedia co-branded sites.

           (c)   US Slotting Fee Credit to Performance Payments. The US Slotting
Fee shall be applied as a credit against payment due by EI to Microsoft for
Performance Fees. In the event that the amount of the Performance Payments due
to Microsoft for Transactions on the Co-Branded Site in the United States in a
given Annual Term is less than the US Slotting Fee, then EI will pay Microsoft
the US Slotting Fee for that Annual Term in place of Performance Payments for
Transactions on the Co-Branded Site in the United States. In the event that the
amount of the Performance Payments due to Microsoft for Transactions on the Co-
Branded Site in the United States in a given Annual Term is greater than the US
Slotting Fee, then EI will pay Microsoft the Performance Payments for
Transactions on the Co-Branded Site in the United States in place of the US
Slotting Fee for that Annual Term.

           (d)   Non-US Slotting Fee Credit to Performance Payments. The Non-US
Slotting Fee for each Non-US Exclusive Country will not be credited toward
Performance Payments owed by EI to Microsoft, unless the total amount per Non-US
Exclusive Country of Performance Payments exceeds Two Million Dollars
(US$2,000,000.00) in the first full Annual Term, or exceeds Four Million Dollars
(US$4,000,000.00) in any subsequent full Annual Term. The following examples are
provided for the purposes of this Section 4.3(c):

           Example 1: If the United Kingdom ("UK") Co-Branded Site earns
           $3,000,000 in Performance Payments in the first full Annual Term, EI
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            ($250,000); (ii) 100% of the first $2,000,000 in Performance
            Payments, and (iii) $750,000 of the next $1,000,000 in Performance
            Payments ($1,000,000 less the Non-US Slotting Fee).

            Example 2: If the UK Co-Branded Site earns $3,000,000 in Performance
            Payments in the second full Annual Term, EI would pay Microsoft UK:
            (i) A Non-US Slotting Fee ($250,000), and (ii) 100% of the first
            $3,000,000 in Performance Payments.

            Example 3: If the UK Co-Branded Site earns $5,000,000 in Performance
            Payments in the third full Annual Term, EI would pay Microsoft UK:
            (i) A Non-US Slotting Fee ($250,000); (ii) 100% of the first
            $4,000,000 in Performance Payments and (iii) $750,000 of the next
            $1,000,000 ($1,000,000 less the Non-US Slotting Fee).

     4.4    Gross Profit per Transaction Data. EI will update Gross Profit per
Transaction data at the end of each Annual Term and use the average Gross Profit
per Transaction for each Transaction type of the preceding Annual Term to
determine the amount due Microsoft per Transaction for the coming Annual Term,
and the parties agree that the Agreement will be amended to reflect this updated
data. Additionally, EI will provide Microsoft with Gross Profit per Transaction
data for each quarter promptly following the end of the quarter to enable
Microsoft to forecast revenues for the subsequent year. For the Opening Period,
the parties will agree on or about the signature date of this Agreement to the
average Gross Profit to EI per Transaction.

     4.5    New Transaction Types. For additional online transaction types that
Microsoft deems significant, and elects to promote on MSN, and wishes to include
in the Agreement ("New Transaction"), Microsoft will notify EI in writing, and
EI will determine the Gross Profit for the New Transaction, using the
methodology as that used for existing Transactions. Provided EI, has a mechanism
in place to track MSN activity on the New Transaction, EI will pay Microsoft
twenty-five percent (25%) of the average Gross Profit on that New Transaction,
which will be made in accordance with Section 4. In the event a method to track
the New Transaction is not in place, EI will make commercially reasonable
efforts to institute such tracking and will commence payment to Microsoft for
such new Transaction promptly thereafter. If at any time thereafter EI,
determines that MSN's promotion of this New Transaction type is not valuable, EI
shall have the right to terminate payment to Microsoft of twenty-five percent
(25%) of the average Gross Profit on that New Transaction upon ninety (90) days
notice.

     4.6    Allocation. The Slotting Fees and Performance Payments for each
Exclusive Country shall be fully allocated to the relevant Microsoft subsidiary
for each Exclusive Country.

     4.7    Transaction Tracking. Microsoft will use the EI Icons as described
in Section 4.11, and expressly agrees that EI shall not be obligated to make
Performance Payments to Microsoft for any Transactions that could not be tracked
by EI.

     4.8    Transition Payment. Within forty-five (45) days following the
Effective Date of this Agreement, EI will make payment to Microsoft in an amount
that is equal to the difference between the amount already paid to and/or due
Microsoft under the 1999 Carriage Agreement and that amount which would be due
Microsoft under this Agreement. The parties agree that the period within which
this payment amount shall be calculated begins as of 12:01 a.m., P.S.T.,
December 1, 2000, and ends at 12:00 p.m., P.S.T., on June 30, 2001 (the "Opening
Period"). For purposes of clarification, the Non-US Exclusive Countries Slotting
Fees due with respect to the Opening Period shall be calculated on a pro-rata
basis by multiplying the relevant Slotting Fee by a fraction equal to the number
of days in the Opening Period divided by 365.

     4.9    Transaction Reporting. Within thirty (30) days following the end of
the applicable month, EI, shall make available to Microsoft monthly reports that
set forth the number of Transactions, by type and by unique Exclusive Country
for which Performance Payments are applicable, during the applicable month.

     4.10   Microsoft Payment to EI. Microsoft shall pay EI thirty percent (30%)
of all net revenues recognized from the sale of advertisements to, or the
promotion of, Travel Suppliers on MSN or the MSN Vertical Providers that are
allowed under the 1999 Carriage Agreement for the period beginning on January 1,
2001 through December 31, 2001. Such revenue shall be paid within forty-five
(45) days of the end of each calendar quarter (except that the initial payment
for calendar Q1 will be due within thirty (30) days of the Effective Date).

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     4.11   EI Icons and Linking.

            (a)   EI shall provide Microsoft with one or more EI Icons, or any 
substitute thereof that EI, in its sole discretion, may provide to Microsoft
from time to time during the Term for use on MSN. Additionally, EI shall provide
Microsoft with the EI Icon link guidelines, or such other replacement guidelines
as EI may provide to Microsoft in writing from time-to-time during the Term.

            (b)   In the event EI provides Microsoft with new or modified EI
Icons, Microsoft shall implement the new EI Icons within thirty (30) days
following receipt of the update from EI. Microsoft agrees to comply with the EI
Icon guidelines provided to Microsoft by EI or any other replacement guidelines
that EI may provide to Microsoft in writing from time-to-time during the Term.

5.   Ad Sales on Expedia and/or the Co-Branded Site
---------------------------------------------------

            (a)   EI will own the banner inventory, geo-targeted inventory, 
sponsorships and any other revenue generating ad space for the Co-Branded Site
and Expedia.

            (b)   EI may allow Microsoft to sell certain advertising inventory
on the Co-Branded Site and/or Expedia on its behalf, according to conditions
that EI, in its sole discretion, may change from time to time. Microsoft is
under no obligation to sell any such proffered advertising inventory. If
Microsoft accepts EI's terms for selling such inventory, in no event shall
Microsoft sell such inventory to Travel Suppliers. For such sales, Microsoft
agrees to pay EI seventy percent (70%) of the net revenues payable at the end of
each month. Microsoft shall provide a detailed report to EI within thirty (30)
days of the end of the month for the inventory sold to Travel Suppliers.

6.   Restrictions on Advertising
     ---------------------------

     (a)    During the Term and for each Exclusive Country, Microsoft agrees not
to promote or sell advertisements of any kind, including, but not limited to,
such advertising elements as banner advertisements, or sponsorships on MSN to
the EI Named Competitors associated with such Exclusive Country as set forth in
Exhibit B.

     (b)    During the Term and for each Non-Exclusive Country, Microsoft agrees
not to promote or sell advertisements of any kind, including, but not limited
to, such advertising elements as banner advertisements, or sponsorships on MSN
to the EI Named Competitors specified for such Non-Exclusive Countries in
Exhibit B.

     (c)    EI agrees that it will not sell or otherwise make available any
banner inventory or otherwise promote the MSN Named Competitors on the Co-
Branded Site. EI will promote MSN on Expedia in a similar manner as it promotes
other major partners (e.g. other portals).

7.   Proprietary Rights and Branding Guidelines
     ------------------------------------------

     7.1    The parties agree that except as expressly licensed to the other
party in this Agreement or a separate license agreement, each party shall retain
all right, title, and interest in all data, content, technologies and other
property furnished by such party to the other party under this Agreement.

     7.2    EI will own all data generated by Users, and all of the terms and
conditions, rules, policies and operating procedures of Expedia (including but
not limited to policies relating to the use of customer personal identification
information, customer orders, customer service and ticket fulfillment) will
apply to such Users; and EI reserves the right to change such terms and
conditions, rules, policies and operating procedures at any time.

     7.3    To the extent that this Agreement requires EI to use any logo,
trademark, trade name or service mark owned and/or provided by Microsoft
(collectively "Microsoft Marks"), Microsoft shall provide EI with such elements
and renderings for the agreed upon use of such Microsoft Mark in a form
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contemplated by this Agreement. Microsoft shall also provide the applicable
usage guidelines for the use of Microsoft Marks, and EI agrees to comply with
such guidelines.

     7.4    To the extent that this Agreement requires Microsoft to use any EI
Icons, including but not limited to, logo, trademark, trade name or service mark
owned and/or provided by EI, EI shall provide Microsoft with such elements and
renderings for the agreed upon use of such EI Icons in a form necessary to
permit Microsoft's use as contemplated by this Agreement. EI shall also provide
the applicable usage guidelines for the use of EI Icons, and Microsoft agrees to
comply with such guidelines.

8.   Confidentiality
     ---------------

     8.1    The parties acknowledge and agree that all of the terms of this
Agreement (including but not limited to its existence) are confidential;
provided, however, that a party may disclose Confidential Information of the
other party to the extent necessary to comply with applicable Law or legal
process or pursuant to a registration report or exhibits thereto filed or to be
filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission, listing agency or any state
securities commission, or any other associated filings, provided that the party
disclosing such Confidential Information gives the other party not less than ten
(10) days prior written notice thereof and complies with all reasonable requests
of the other party to minimize the extent or scope of any such disclosure. Each
party may disclose the terms and conditions of this Agreement to its employees,
Affiliates and its immediate legal and financial consultants on a need to know
basis as required in the ordinary course of that party's business, provided that
such employees, Affiliates and/or legal and/or financial consultants agree in
advance of disclosure to be bound by this Section 8, and may disclose
Confidential Information as required by government or judicial order, provided
each party gives the other party prompt notice of such order and complies with
any protective order (or equivalent) imposed on such disclosure.

     8.2    Each party acknowledges that monetary damages may not be a
sufficient remedy for unauthorized disclosure or use of Confidential Information
and that each party may seek, without waiving any other rights or remedies, such
injunctive or equitable relief as may be deemed proper by a court of competent
jurisdiction.

9.   Term; Termination
     -----------------

     9.1    Term. Subject to the other provisions hereof, this Agreement shall
commence on the Effective Date and, unless terminated earlier as provided
herein, shall continue through June 30, 2005 (the "Term").

     9.2    Termination for Cause. In addition to any other rights and/or
remedies that either party may have under the circumstances, all of which are
expressly reserved, either party may terminate this Agreement at any time,
effective immediately upon written notice, if the other party is in material
breach of any warranty, representation, term, condition or covenant of this
Agreement, and fails to cure that breach within thirty (30) days after written
notice thereof.

     9.3    Effect of Termination. In the event of termination or expiration of
this Agreement for any reason each and every clause which by its nature is
intended to survive the termination of this Agreement including, without
limitation, Sections 2.3(c) and (d),, 7, 8, 9.3, 10, 11, 13, 14, 15 and 16 shall
survive termination.

10.  Warranties and Indemnification
     ------------------------------

     10.1    EI Warranties. EI warrants and represents that: (i) it has
sufficient authority to enter into this Agreement; (ii) all materials delivered
by EI to Microsoft and/or included in the Co-Branded Site under this Agreement
(other than those provided by Microsoft) are and will be owned and controlled by
EI and do not and will not infringe the copyrights, trademarks, service marks or
any other personal or proprietary right of any third party; (iii) the Co-Branded
Site and all actions thereon are and will be in compliance with all applicable
laws.

     10.2    Microsoft Warranties. Microsoft warrants and represents that: (i)
it has sufficient authority to enter into this Agreement, (ii) all materials
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Online Properties pursuant to this Agreement are and will be owned and
controlled by Microsoft and do not and will not infringe the copyrights,
trademarks, service marks or any other personal or proprietary right of any
third party.

     10.3    Indemnification. Each party (the "Indemnifying Party") will hold
harmless and indemnify the other party (the "Indemnified Party") from and
against any loss, claim, liability, damage, action or cause of action
(including, without limitation, reasonable attorneys' fees) brought against the
Indemnified Party by a third party and arising from or related to any alleged
act or omission which, if the allegation were true, would be a breach by the
Indemnifying Party of this Agreement, provided that the Indemnified Party
cooperates as set forth in Section 10.4. In addition, (i) EI will hold harmless
and indemnify Microsoft from and against any loss, claim, liability, damage,
action or cause of action (including, without limitation, reasonable attorneys'
fees) brought against Microsoft by a third party and arising from or related to
the Co-Branded Site (unless such claim would be covered by the immediately
preceding sentence), provided that Microsoft cooperates as set forth in Section
10.4; and (ii) Microsoft will hold harmless and indemnify EI from and against
any loss, claim, liability, damage, action or cause of action (including,
without limitation, reasonable attorneys' fees) brought against EI by a third
party and arising from or related to MSN or the Microsoft Online Properties
(unless such claim would be covered by the immediately preceding sentence),
provided that EI cooperates as set forth in Section 10.4.

     10.4    Indemnification Process. If any action shall be brought against
either party (the "Indemnified Party") in respect to which indemnity may be
sought from the other party (the "Indemnifying Party") pursuant to the
provisions of Section 10.3, the Indemnified Party shall promptly notify the
Indemnifying Party in writing, specifying the nature of the action and the total
monetary amount sought or other such relief as is sought therein. The
Indemnified Party shall cooperate with the Indemnifying Party at the
Indemnifying Party's expense in all reasonable respects in connection with the
defense of any such action. The Indemnifying Party may upon written notice to
Indemnified Party undertake to control and conduct all proceedings or
negotiations in connection therewith, assume and control the defense thereof,
and if it so undertakes, it shall also undertake all other required steps or
proceedings to settle or defend any such action, including the employment of
counsel which shall be reasonably satisfactory to Indemnified Party, and payment
of all reasonably incurred expenses. Indemnified Party shall have the right to
employ separate counsel and participate in the defense, at Indemnified Party's
sole cost and expense. The Indemnifying Party shall reimburse Indemnified Party
upon demand for any payments made or loss suffered by it at any time after the
date of tender, based upon the judgment of any court of competent jurisdiction
or pursuant to a bona fide compromise or settlement of claims, demands, or
actions, in respect to any damages to which the foregoing relates.

     10.5    PRODUCTS OR SERVICES DELIVERED UNDER THE TERMS OF THIS AGREEMENT
SHALL BE SUBJECT TO THE TERMS OF THE LIMITED WARRANTY STATEMENT, IF ANY,
SPECIFIED BY THE DELIVERING PARTY FOR THE SPECIFIC PRODUCT OR SERVICE. CERTAIN
SOFTWARE PRODUCTS MAY BE PROVIDED TO THE OTHER PARTY "AS IS" WITHOUT WARRANTY OR
CONDITION OF ANY KIND, IF SO DESIGNATED BY THE LICENSOR. FOR SUCH PRODUCTS, THE
ENTIRE RISK AS TO THE RESULTS AND PERFORMANCE OF SUCH SOFTWARE IS ASSUMED BY THE
RECEIVING PARTY AND ITS CUSTOMERS AND SUBLICENSEES, IF ANY. THE WARRANTIES SET
FORTH IN SECTIONS 10.1, 10.2, AND THIS SECTION 10.5 ARE THE ONLY WARRANTIES MADE
BY THE PARTIES. EACH PARTY DISCLAIMS ANY AND ALL OTHER WARRANTIES OR
REPRESENTATION EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, THE IMPLIED
WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY, TITLE, NON-INFRINGEMENT AND FITNESS FOR A
PARTICULAR PURPOSE. NEITHER PARTY WARRANTS THAT ACCESS TO OR USE OF THE SITES OR
CHANNELS WILL BE UNINTERRUPTED OR ERROR-FREE, OR THAT ANY SOFTWARE OR SERVICES
WILL MEET ANY PARTICULAR CRITERIA OF PERFORMANCE OR QUALITY.

11.  Limitation Of Liabilities
     -------------------------

NEITHER PARTY SHALL BE LIABLE TO THE OTHER FOR ANY INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL,
CONSEQUENTIAL, PUNITIVE OR SPECIAL DAMAGES, ARISING OUT OF OR RELATED TO THIS
AGREEMENT INCLUDING, WITHOUT LIMITATION, DAMAGES FOR LOSS OF BUSINESS PROFITS,
BUSINESS INTERRUPTION, LOSS OF BUSINESS INFORMATION, AND THE LIKE, EVEN IF SUCH

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PARTY HAS BEEN ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGES. THIS SECTION SHALL
NOT APPLY TO EITHER PARTY'S: (A) ABILITY TO OBTAIN INJUNCTIVE OR OTHER EQUITABLE
RELIEF; (B) CONFIDENTIALITY OBLIGATIONS UNDER SECTION 8; AND (C) INDEMNIFICATION
OBLIGATIONS AS TO THIRD PARTY DAMAGES ASSESSED AGAINST THE INDEMNIFIED PARTY IN
CONNECTION WITH INDEMNIFIED CLAIMS UNDER SECTION 10.

12.  Press Releases
     --------------

     Neither Microsoft nor EI will issue any press release or make any public
announcement(s) relating in any way whatsoever to this Agreement or the
relationship established by this Agreement without the express prior written
consent of the other party, which consent shall not be unreasonably withheld.
However, the parties acknowledge that this Agreement, or portions thereof, may
be required under applicable law to be disclosed, as part of or an exhibit to a
party's required public disclosure documents.

13.  Taxes
     -----

     13.1   Liability for Taxes. The amounts to be paid by EI to Microsoft
herein do not include any foreign, U.S. federal, state, local, municipal or
other governmental taxes, duties, levies, fees, excises or tariffs, arising as a
result of or in connection with the transactions contemplated under this
Agreement including, without limitation, any state or local sales or use taxes
or any value added tax or business transfer tax now or hereafter imposed on or
with respect to the provision of goods and services to EI by Microsoft under
this Agreement, regardless of whether the same are separately stated by
Microsoft. Except as provided in Section 13.2 below, all such taxes (and any
penalties, interest, or other additions to any such taxes), with the exception
of taxes imposed on Microsoft's net income or with respect to Microsoft's
property ownership, shall be the financial responsibility of EI. EI agrees to
indemnify, defend and hold Microsoft harmless from any such taxes or claims,
causes of action, costs (including, without limitation, reasonable attorneys'
fees) and any other liabilities of any nature whatsoever related to such taxes.

     13.2   Collected Taxes. EI will pay all applicable value added, sales and
use taxes and other taxes levied on it by a duly constituted and authorized
taxing authority on the software, services, hardware, equipment or other product
provided under this Agreement or any transaction related thereto in each country
in which the services and/or property are being provided or in which the
transactions contemplated hereunder are otherwise subject to tax, regardless of
the method of delivery. Any taxes that are owed by EI, (i) as a result of
entering into this Agreement and the payment of the fees hereunder, (ii) are
required or permitted to be collected from EI by Microsoft under applicable law,
and (iii) are based upon the amounts payable under this Agreement (such taxes
described in (i), (ii), and (iii) above the "Collected Taxes"), shall be
remitted by EI to Microsoft, whereupon, upon request, Microsoft shall provide to
EI tax receipts or other evidence indicating that such Collected Taxes have been
collected by Microsoft and remitted to the appropriate taxing authority. EI may
provide to Microsoft an exemption certificate acceptable to Microsoft and to the
relevant taxing authority (including without limitation a resale certificate) in
which case, after the date upon which such certificate is received in proper
form, Microsoft shall not collect the taxes covered by such certificate.
Microsoft agrees to take such steps at EI's request and expense to minimize
Collected Taxes or other taxes paid by EI in accordance with all relevant laws.

     13.3   Tax Withholding. If, after a determination by foreign tax
authorities, any taxes are required to be withheld on payments made by EI to
Microsoft, EI may deduct such taxes from the amount owed Microsoft and pay them
to the appropriate taxing authority; provided however, that EI shall promptly
secure and deliver to Microsoft an official receipt for any such taxes withheld
or other documents necessary to enable Microsoft to claim a U.S. Foreign Tax
Credit. EI will make certain that any taxes withheld are minimized to the extent
possible under applicable law.

     13.4   Tax Provision Governs. This tax section shall govern the treatment
of all taxes arising as a result of or in connection with this Agreement
notwithstanding any other section of this Agreement.

14.  Audit. Each of the parties will maintain complete and accurate files, books
and records with respect to the Transaction Fees and the reports required under
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the effective date of termination of this Agreement. Each of the parties agrees
to allow a mutually acceptable independent certified public accountant to audit
and analyze its records relating to such Transaction Fees or reports, provided
that such party agrees in advance to maintain all information obtained during
such audit in confidence pursuant to a written agreement approved in advance by
the audited party. All information received by either party and/or its auditor
in connection with an audit hereunder shall be subject to the confidentiality
provisions of this Agreement. The expense of any such audit shall be borne by
the party requesting the audit. Any such audit will be permitted by Microsoft or
EI within thirty (30) days of the other party's written request, during normal
business hours and at times mutually agreed upon by Microsoft and Expedia. If,
upon completion of an audit, a discrepancy of five percent (5%) or greater is
discovered, the parties shall engage in good faith discussions with each other
regarding such discrepancies. If such discrepancies are valid, as determined in
good faith by the independent certified public accountant, then the audited
party shall take such actions as are necessary to correct such discrepancies and
to make any payments to the other party that are based on such discrepancies. In
addition the audited shall bear the costs of the audit. Any audit of a party
will be made no more than once during any twelve (12) month period, and will not
unreasonably interfere with the audited party's business activities.

15.  Priority of Agreements. In the event of a conflict between the terms of
this Agreement and the terms of the Shareholder Agreement between the parties
dated as of October 1, 1999, with respect to any provision relating to MSN, the
provisions of this Agreement shall control. In addition, for the avoidance of
doubt the 1999 Carriage Agreement shall be superceded in its entirety and shall
become null and void as of the Effective Date of this Agreement.

16.  General Provisions
     ------------------

     16.1  Independent Contractors. The parties are independent contractors with
respect to each other, and nothing in this Agreement shall be construed as
creating an employer-employee relationship, a partnership, agency relationship
or a joint venture between the parties.

     16.2  Governing Law. This Agreement shall be governed by the laws of the
State of Washington as though entered into by Washington residents and to be
performed entirely within the State of Washington. The parties agree to
exclusive jurisdiction and venue in the state and federal courts sitting in King
County, Washington. In any action or suit to enforce any right or remedy under
this Agreement or to interpret any provision of this Agreement, the prevailing
party shall be entitled to recover its costs, including reasonable attorneys'
fees.

     16.3  Assignment. Neither party may assign this Agreement or any rights
and/or obligations hereunder without the other party's prior written approval.
For the purposes of this Agreement, a merger, consolidation, or other corporate
reorganization, or a transfer or sale of a controlling interest in either
party's stock, or of all or substantially all of its assets shall not be deemed
to be an assignment.

     16.4  Construction. In the event that any provision of this Agreement
conflicts with governing law or if any provision is held to be null, void or
otherwise ineffective or invalid by a court of competent jurisdiction, (i) such
provision shall be deemed to be restated to reflect as nearly as possible the
original intentions of the parties in accordance with applicable law, and (ii)
the remaining terms, provisions, covenants and restrictions of this Agreement
shall remain in full force and effect. This Agreement has been negotiated by the
parties and their respective counsel and will be interpreted fairly in
accordance with its terms and without any strict construction in favor of or
against either party. The section headings used in this Agreement are intended
for convenience only and shall not be deemed to affect in any manner the meaning
or intent of this Agreement or any provision hereof.

     16.5  Notices. All notices and requests in connection with this Agreement
shall be given in writing and shall be deemed given as of the day they are
received either by messenger, delivery service, or in the United States of
America mail, postage prepaid, certified or registered, return receipt
requested, and addressed as follows:

     To EI:                                      To Microsoft:

     Expedia, Inc.                               Microsoft Corporation


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     13810 SE Eastgate Way, Suite 400       One Microsoft Way
     Bellevue, WA  98005                    Redmond, WA  98052-6399
     Attention:_____________                Attention:  MSN Business Development

     Phone:   425.564.7200                  Phone:   425.703.6466
     Fax:     425.564.7251                  Fax:     425.936.7329

     Copy to:                               Copy to:
     General Counsel (same address and fax) Law & Corporate Affairs, US Legal
                                            Fax:     425.936.7409

or to such other address as the applicable party may designate pursuant to this
notice provision.

     16.6   Entire Agreement. This Agreement constitutes the entire agreement
between the parties with respect to the subject matter hereof and supersedes all
prior and contemporaneous agreements or communications. This Agreement shall not
be modified except by a written agreement dated subsequent to the date of this
Agreement and signed on behalf of EI and Microsoft by their respective duly
authorized representatives. No waiver of any breach of any provision of this
Agreement shall constitute a waiver of any prior, concurrent or subsequent
breach of the same or any other provisions hereof, and no waiver shall be
effective unless made in writing and signed by an authorized representative of
the waiving party.

     16.7   Process Review. The parties agree to conduct quarterly meetings
between to review account management for Non-US Exclusive Countries and the US.
The US meeting shall include focus on worldwide issues. Timing of such quarterly
meetings shall be scheduled to be close to the dates that EI board meetings or
held, or such other dates as are mutually agreed on by the parties.



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     The parties have caused this Agreement to be executed by their duly
authorized representatives as of the Effective Date.

MICROSOFT CORPORATION                       EXPEDIA, INC.


By /s/ Richard Bray                         By /s/ Gregory S. Stanger          
   --------------------------------            --------------------------------


Name (Print) Richard Bray                   Name (Print) Gregory S. Stanger    
             ----------------------                      ----------------------


Title VP-MSN US Region                      Title Sr. Vice President and       
      -----------------------------               Chief Financial Officer     
                                                  -----------------------------




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                                    Exhibit A
                                    ---------
                             Mock-Up of the Network
                             ----------------------
Template
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                    Mock-Up of the Co-Branded Site Home Page
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                    Mock-Up of the Co-Branded Site Home Page
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                                    Exhibit B
                                    ---------

                          List of EI Named Competitors

EI Named Competitors in Exclusive Countries:

US
|X|      Travelocity
|X|      HRN
|X|      Orbitz
|X|      Cheaptickets
|X|      Sidestep
|X|      Priceline
|X|      Hotwire

UK
|X|      Travelocity
|X|      Thomas Cook
|X|      British Airways
|X|      Lastminute
|X|      Ebookers

Canada
|X|      Travelocity
|X|      Groupe Transat
|X|      Air Canada
|X|      Tripeze
|X|      iTravel2000

Germany
|X|      Travelocity
|X|      Travel-Overland
|X|      TravelChannel
|X|      Ebookers
|X|      Travel24

France
|X|      Travelocity
|X|      Lastminute
|X|      Nouvelles Frontieres
|X|      Travelprice
|X|      Promovacances


EI Named Competitors in non-exclusive countries

|X|      Travelocity
|X|      HRN
|X|      Lastminute
|X|      Ebookers
|X|      OTP


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                                    Exhibit C
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                        List of Essential Travel Elements


1.       Purchase of airline tickets
2.       Hotel reservations
3.       Car rentals reservations
4.       Package information with either online or telephone booking
5.       Destination information
6.       Telephone customer service


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                                 Travel Keywords


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                                    Exhibit E
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                              MSN Named Competitors


     AOL/Time Warner
     Yahoo
     Amazon
     EBay
     RealNetworks


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