Looking for a one stop shop for your pending travel needs that will search for the most cost effective airfare? Well you may be interested in checking out Skyscanner. Skyscanner allows users to search millions of routes on over 1000 airlines to find the cheapest flights. There are 2 basic ways to access this tool. One method would be via the web by visiting . Secondly you may download the ap from your smartphone. One thing that I love is the fact that the ap is available on all the major platforms. Including Windowos, Windows 8, Android, Blackberry and IOS.
As far as skyscanner.com is concerned, it compares over 1000 airlines to find you the cheapest airfares. In addition it also compare and finds the cheapest hotels and car rentals for your next trip.
For smartphones there are apparently more than 6 million people are already using the skyscanner app. It is available for Windows, iPhone, iPad and Android. With the windows phone version in particular (which is what I have smile) the app also lets users track prices of selected flights with the Live Tile. You can even pin flights to the start screen and the prices automatically update every hour.
So at this point you may still be asking yourself why you should be using skyscanner? The reasons are simple:
Compare millions of flights from over 1000 airlines around the world in seconds; save money, save time.
Book your flights direct with the airline or travel agent and get the best deals.
It’s independent, simple and finds the cheapest fares in seconds, wherever you want to fly.
Flexible on when you fly? Find the cheapest dates to travel
Flexible on where you fly? Find the cheapest flights from your local airport
Filter your searches by take off/landing time, airline or price.
Share your flight details with friends, family or colleagues via email, Facebook or Twitter – in one tap
Available in over 28 languages and over 61 currencies
It’s FREE! the search that is not your flight LOL!
But don’t just take my word for it….download the app and/or visit skyscanner.com today!