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Mobile flight search gets even more powerful with launch of Skyscanner Android app version 2(October 28, 2011)
Edinburgh (PRWEB) October 28, 2011
Version two of the app allows customers to browse flights from a specific airport, a city or even a whole country. Those just looking for a cheap trip can get inspired by searching to everywhere and get a list of the cheapest flights from their nearest airports.
Those flexible on when they travel can view the lowest fares across a week, a month or even the whole year with the handy chart view, ensuring they find the best deals.
Filters can be applied to search results allowing customers to view flight options for specific airlines, at specific times or simply by price.
Once a flight is found, customers can email details to themselves to book later, share them with friends, or go ahead and book directly with the relevant airline or travel agent straight away.
Barry Smith, Skyscanner Director of Global Data Services and Mobile commented:
The latest version of the Skyscanner Android app replicates the powerful functionality of the main Skyscanner website, allowing customers to find the best flights in seconds. Its indispensible for savvy travellers keen to search for flights on the go and saves both time and money.
Version two of the Skyscanner app for Andriod will be available in more than 25 languages including Japanese, Russian, French and Spanish, and joins the suite of Skyscanner apps including those for iPhone and the forthcoming iPad app.
Skyscanner is a travel search site providing online comparisons on flight prices for millions of flights on over 600 airlines, as well as car hire, hotels and deals.
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