Learn more about how we have partnered with Yapta, to bring enhanced performance and user experience for their leisure travellers through our Travel API.
We’re excited to announce a new partnership with RapidAPI that, for the first time ever, allows developers to integrate Skyscanner Flight Search into their applications through a public API, exclusively listed on the RapidAPI Marketplace.
Discover the value of content and power of personalisation in our interview with Gil Harel – Senior Vice President of Business Development at Trip by Skyscanner, discussing their new Content API.
Read how GoLastMinute.com has used our Travel APIs to reach half a million fare alert subscribers.
Skyscanner is now providing flight results for Triphobo’ users and helps them to easily transition from the trip planning process on Triphobo to the flight booking via our Travel API.
Innovative house swap site brings flight search to its users thanks to Skyscanner partnership
Evol Johnson is a systems architect, and one of the hackers that took part in IATA’s recent NDC Hackathon in Dublin. During the 36 hours available to the hackers, Evol was able to develop (as a solo hacker) a Chrome widget, featuring the Skyscanner Hotels API, that could be embedded into event websites to enable attendees to easily book their flights and hotels for the event.
With a partnership dating back to 2013, Secret Escapes is a well-established Skyscanner Partner, with valuable experience in using our API. We caught up with Secret Escapes’ Head of Partnerships, Lisa Power, to talk about how the Skyscanner Travel API compliments and benefits Secret Escapes.
IATA’s NDC standard represents the next generation of flexible and dynamic travel content distribution, and has the potential to take airline retailing to the next level. The recent weekend-long NDC Hackathon in Dublin, which Skyscanner participated in, was testament to this, as entrepreneurs, designers, and engineers developed solutions to the world’s business and leisure travel problems using both NDC and Travel APIs.
Skyscanner will support aspiring entrepreneurs and developers during the word’s first mid-flight hackathon, Hack Horizon.