Cheapflights-owned flights meta-search site momondo.com has launched new multi-stopover search technology aimed at travelers booking round trips.
The search compares prices for multiple destination trips rather than for just one-way and return flights the site has to date been limited to.
Denmark-based Momondo, which replaced Cheapflights’ own meta-search site Zugu after a deal was struck in March, has launched the new functionality in a beta version.
Martin Lumbye, a partner at Momondo, said: “We’ve got millions of users worldwide and thousands have requested an easy and fast way to find the best offers on round trips and more complex flight tickets.
“That is why we’ve put a lot of know-how and resources into developing our new search engine, which we’ve launched in a beta version.”
Momondo said the new search engine allows user to book complex itineraries and find the best price without having to do multiple searches.
The customer simply enters the required destinations and the website aggregates the content and compared prices from 700 online travel agencies and airlines.