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agoda.com and Russia’s SAT Airlines Form Partnership

Agoda.com, Asia’s global hotel booking site and part of Nasdaq-listed priceline.com Inc. (Nasdaq: PCLN), today announced a partnership with Russia’s SAT Airlines.As a result of the partnership, SAT air travelers will have immediate access to Agoda.com’s global inventory of more than 155,000 hotels.

The SAT network covers domestic and international routes across Russia and North Asia, with hubs in Harbin, Sapporo and Seoul. Simply by visiting the SAT website, customers can book a hotel in one of these key destinations through Agoda.com and enjoy up-to-the-minute rates and promotions and instant confirmation. For added convenience, travelers can book their stay in their preferred language; Agoda.com provides booking services in 32 different languages, including Russian, Simplified Chinese, Japanese and Korean.

President of Agoda.com Mr. Robert Rosenstein commented: "North Asia is an exciting and diverse region, offering a great range of cuisines, cultures and landscapes. Through this partnership, we hope that SAT’s customers will find booking a hotel easier and less expensive – a single click from the SAT website.”

Agoda.com distributes properties in more than 100 countries worldwide, with hotel partners updating deals daily. Offering travelers additional savings, Agoda Rewards points are earned for every purchase made and can be used to discount the price of future hotel stays at any Agoda Special Rates property. Agoda.com's Rewards points system, its Russian-language site and instant room confirmation will help make finding and booking a hotel easier for SAT Airlines customers.

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