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13 Okt 2022

Booking.com & Booking Holdings

Booking.com response re OPT listings

We welcome the opportunity to respond to the issues raised by Human Rights Watch and Al Haq. Booking Holdings and Booking.com believe that customers should be empowered to make their own decisions about where to travel and visit and that in general, it is not our place to actively restrict their choices. However, we recognize that customers need accurate information before making travel decisions, and we are implementing a program displaying additional information about travel to conflict-affected areas, including the West Bank. We are phasing our implementation with an initial six territories and will be rolling out this banner in approximately 30 other countries and territories in the coming months.