Orbitz Worldwide, Inc. to Participate at the Goldman Sachs Lodging, Gaming, Restaurant and Leisure Conference
CHICAGO, May 28, 2013 - Orbitz Worldwide, Inc. (NYSE: OWW) today announced that it will participate in the Goldman Sachs Lodging, Gaming, Restaurant and Leisure Conference in New York, New York on Monday, June 3, 2013.
Barney Harford, Chief Executive Officer of Orbitz Worldwide, will present at 3:30 p.m., Eastern Time. A live audiocast of the session will be available to the public through the company's Investor Relations website at investors.orbitz.com. A replay of the audiocast will be available on the Investor Relations website for approximately 30 days.
About Orbitz Worldwide
Orbitz Worldwide is a leading global online travel company that uses innovative technology to enable leisure and business travelers to search for, plan and book a broad range of travel products and services including airline tickets, hotels, car rentals, cruises, and vacation packages. Orbitz Worldwide owns a portfolio of consumer brands that includes Orbitz (www.orbitz.com), CheapTickets (www.cheaptickets.com), ebookers (www.ebookers.com) and HotelClub (www.hotelclub.com). Also within the Orbitz Worldwide family, Orbitz Partner Network (www.orbitz.com/OPN) delivers private label travel solutions to a broad range of partners including many of the world's largest airlines, and Orbitz for Business (www.orbitzforbusiness.com) delivers managed corporate travel solutions for corporations.
Orbitz Worldwide uses its Investor Relations website to make information available to its investors and the public at investors.orbitz.com. The public can sign up to receive email alerts whenever the company posts new information to the website.
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