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Defining company.Agenda: Sabre at a Glance Sabre Business Units Sabre Financial Strength AgendaSabre at a Glance: Who is Sabre? The leading provider of technology solutions, distribution and marketing services for the travel industry Sabre at a GlanceSabre at a Glance: Sabre at a Glance Sabre Vision To transform the business of travel through innovationSabre at a Glance: Sabre at a Glance Fast Facts Revenues of $2.1 billion in 2001 (Continuing Operations) Headquarters in Dallas/Fort Worth, Texas 7,000 employees in 45 countries S&P 500Sabre at a Glance: Sabre at a Glance Fast Facts The leader in every travel distribution channel Owner of Travelocity (the most popular travel service on the Web) Owner of GetThere (leading Web- based travel reservation system for corporations and suppliers) Leader in airline software solutions No. 1 Global Distribution System nine years in a rowSabre at a Glance: Sabre at a Glance Sabre Holdings is composed of four businesses: Travel Marketing and Distribution Airline SolutionsSabre at a Glance: Sabre at a Glance Sabre Worldwide Top 10 Largest Sabre Offices (approximate employee numbers, including Travelocity) 1 Dallas/Fort Worth, TX (3,630) 2 San Antonio, TX (615) 3 Clintwood, VA (215) 4 Plains, PA (195) 5 London (190) 6 Tulsa, OK (180) 7 San Francisco, CA (150) 8 Sydney (145) 9 New York, NY (120) 10 Sao Paulo (95) 4 9 1 7 3 10 5 8 2 6Sabre at a Glance: Sabre at a Glance It all began with a chance meeting … 1960 – first Sabre system installed 1986 – becomes independent division of AMR 1994 – is named The Sabre Group 1996 – does IPO of 18 percent of stock 2000 – spins off from AMR 100 percent 2001 – sells airline infrastructure outsourcing business to EDS 2002 – purchases outstanding shares of Travelocity Sabre BeginningsSabre at a Glance: Sabre at a Glance Long History of Innovation First Sabre system installed First Sabre system installed in travel agency Sabre introduces Bargain Finder Releases industry’s first yield management system Launches Travelocity.com Introduces Best Fare Finder 1960 1976 1984 1986 1996 1999 Air Travel Shopping Engine Migration 2002Sabre at a Glance: Sabre at a Glance Sabre Leadership Position Bookings share around the world (as of December 2001) Source: Industry data and Sabre North America Latin America Europe/ Middle East/ Africa Asia/Pacific 48% 50% 14% 57%Sabre at a Glance: Sabre at a Glance Sabre Awards and Honors World’s Leading CRS and GDS, World Travel Awards, 1994-2002 Best Technical Prize, AGIFORS, 2002 ATTIS Expo Awards, 2002 VARBusiness 500, 2001 Info Tech 100 BusinessWeek, 2001 Wired Index Wired magazine, 2000-01Sabre at a Glance: World’s Leading Travel Internet Site, World Travel Awards, 1997-2002 Winner in the Transportation category, Computerworld Honors, 2002 Best Online Distributor, ATTIS Awards, 2002 Best Web Site For Booking Flights and Hotels, Business Traveler magazine, 2002 Best Commerce Site, Webby Awards, 2001 Best Overall Travel Site, Yahoo! Internet Life Gold Star Sites, 2001 Sabre at a Glance Travelocity Awards and HonorsSabre at a Glance: Sabre at a Glance Sabre is committed to improving the quality of life in the communities where it operates, primarily supporting educational initiatives with an emphasis on technology. Sabre Community Relations Strategy Travel Marketing & Distribution: 400 airlines 55,000 hotel properties 52 car rental companies 9 cruise lines 33 railroads 229 tour operators Travel Marketing & Distribution Sabre connects more than 60,000 travel agency locations around the world, providing content from: FactsTravel Marketing & Distribution: Travel Marketing & Distribution Product Examples By Customer Channel Sabre® Magnify Sabre Exclusives Access to Web fares Airlines, Car Rentals, Hotels, Cruises Distribution Products Sabre® Compensation Manager GetThere Sabre® Corporate.Res Travelocity.com Site59 Sabre® Virtually There® Corporate Consumer Travel Agent Travel Supplier Sabre Global Distribution System GDSTravel Marketing & Distribution: Travel Marketing & Distribution Personalized Web site for confirmed travelers More than 6 million itineraries viewed monthly by travelers Sabre Virtually There productSlide18: Airline Software Leading provider of technology solutions to airlines and other travel suppliers Reservations Hosting Hosting business supports fundamental airline functions — sales, distribution, and daily operations Hosts more than 60 airlines Airline Solutions Business Processing Airline Software Reservations Hosting Air Cargo Airports Maintenance and Engineering Finance Systems Planning and Scheduling Crew Management Pricing and Revenue Management Dining and Cabin Services Sales and Marketing Airline Reservations Flight Operations GetThere: Leading Web-based corporate travel reservation system More than 2,000 customers, including more than half of the Fortune 200 Corporate bookings growth of more than 100 percent yearly GetThere Travelocity.com: Travelocity.com 36 million members 2001 gross bookings of $3 billion Agreements with top airlines Leading portal agreements How to reach us:: Sabre 3150 Sabre Drive Southlake, Texas 76092 (682) 605-1000 www.sabre.com Click to edit Master title style Sabre Holdings (TSG) How to reach us: Defining times. Defining company.Cautionary Statement: Cautionary Statement Cautionary Notice About Forward-Looking Statements Statements in this presentation which are not purely historical facts, including statements about forecasted revenue or earnings growth, future bookings outlook, growth of the travel industry and technology adoption trends, or other statements about anticipations, beliefs, expectations, hopes, intentions or strategies for the future, may be forward-looking statements within the meaning of Section 21E of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934, as amended. Readers are cautioned not to place undue reliance on forward-looking statements. All forward-looking statements are based upon information available to Sabre on the date this presentation was made. Sabre undertakes no obligation to publicly update or revise any forward-looking statements, whether as a result of new information, future events or otherwise. Any forward-looking statements involve risks and uncertainties that could cause actual events or results to differ materially from the events or results described in the forward-looking statements, including risks or uncertainties related to: competition from established and emerging travel distribution channels; travel agency consolidation and increased competition for travel agency subscribers; airlines limiting their participation in travel marketing and distribution services; changes in relationships with principal customers; rapid technological changes; systems failures or constraints and business interruptions; revenues being highly dependent on the travel and transportation industries; risks of international operations, challenges of successfully making and integrating business combinations and strategic alliances. Sabre may not succeed in addressing these and other risks. Further information regarding factors that could affect Sabre's financial and other results can be found in the risk factors section of Sabre's most recent filing on Form 10-Q with the Securities and Exchange Commission. You do not have the permission to view this presentation. In order to view it, please contact the author of the presentation.