Travel search engine Skyscanner has created a white label version of its core product for tourist boards, social networking organisations and tour operators.
The Skyscanner Mini tool will be fully tailored to the branding of the host site and comes amid a general upsurge in interest by consumers for travel search websites.
Skyscanner director and co-director, Barry Smith, said: “With SkyScanner Mini on your homepage, users will stay and conduct their flight search once they have completed their booking, giving your site a greater retention and help increase repeat visitors.”
The site has grown steadily since it launched in 2002 and currently attracts around six million users a month.
Dan Sharp from Playaway Weekends said: “The flight search sits perfectly on our homepage, and as we have been able to tailor the look and feel of the search engine, it looks like it really belongs.
“Customers are also staying longer on the site and are benefiting from being able to package their stag and hen weekends with cheap flights to Europe without having to trawl the rest of the internet.”