Currently, Expedia.com has a "vacation rentals" tab, but Khosrowshahi said that is not a full integration. Instead, it is simply a link to HomeAway search results. "What we are talking about is a much more fundamental kind of integrated experience where someone who comes to an Expedia or Hotels.com and is searching for hotels, depending on length of stay, depending on weekday, weekend, etc., they are going to get a complementary mix of hotel search results and/or vacation rental results based on a number of different presentations and logic," he said. The integrated search will likely be piloted during the fourth quarter, Khosrowshahi said. Consumers will benefit because the integration will offer them more inventory, and HomeAway will get a boost in bookings, the CEO predicted, especially for properties in cities. Get the full story at Travel Weekly