Expedia’s topline reported growth across the board with the company’s core travel business seeing bookings rise to $13.6 billion growing 44%. Its travel business managed by Egencia grew bookings 13% reporting $1.4 billion. Regionally, the domestic bookings grew 50% to $9.6 billion while international bookings were up 26% generating $5.4 billion in comparison due to the effect of a strong dollar. Expedia’s Hotel revenue grew 24% and the integration of Orbitz provided a major boost to air revenue with 61% growth. Ad and media revenue reportedly grew 22% while other revenues were up 37%. The company’s reported metrics that take including Orbitz and HomeAway but not eLong show a 39% increase in room nights year-over-year to 52.8 million in number which the company credits to organic growth as well as its promotional ventures. Domestically, room nights increased 33% and 47% internationally. However, per night revenue fell 11%. Orbitz continues to positively impact the company’s air business helping the 70% growth in air ticket sales as revenue per ticket fell 5%. Get the full story at Salem State Log Read also "Egencia Will Soon Finish Off What’s Left of Orbitz for Business" at Skift and "Expedia's CEO Dara Khosrowshahi on Q4 2015 Results - Earnings Call Transcript" at SeekingAlpha