The software development company Two10degrees has implemented the Skyscanner Travel API to support its risk management tool by enabling users of their travel system to select and book flight(s) and/or hotel(s). Two10degrees is then able to update a journey’s risk assessment, making its analysis far more accurate and user-friendly.
The Microsoft and Skyscanner relationship is one that goes back to the birth of Skyscanner. In fact, Skyscanner started life as an Excel spreadsheet that was designed to collect and compare commercial flight data worldwide. This blog discusses the transition of Skyscanner from being a start up to supporting start ups with Microsoft through Skyscanner for Business.
Liverpool John Lennon Airport (LJLA) has launched a unique feature for its website. From today, passengers can access a fully bespoke Skyscanner flight search engine application within its site, helping passengers to find the lowest priced air fares on flights departing from Liverpool.
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