Cheapflightsfinder.com officially relaunched its website today with a new search tool that compares 16 flight comparison sites with one single user query performing what it claims is the world’s first meta-meta search for flights. The new search engine enables consumers to compare prices from top online aggregators including Kelkoo, Kayak, Dohop, Skyscanner, Mobissimo, Momondo, Cheapflights.co.uk, Travelmarket.co.uk, Fly.com, Wego, Bing travel, Easyvoyage.co.uk, Globaltravelmarket, Tripadvisor, Travelfusion and Travelgrove.
“The future of flight finding belongs to meta-meta search,” said Shahab Siddiqui, CEO and founder of Cheapflightsfinder.com. “A perfect flight aggregating method still eludes the meta search engines due to numerous uncontrollable factors when collating flight prices. A virtual concensus still exists amongst leading travel journalists that consumers need to compare prices from multiple flight comparison sites and other travel providers directly in order to find the cheapest flights.”
The relaunch comes on the back of a recent report featured in Which? Holiday’s consumer magazine which undertook a study comparing 12 of the leading flight comparison sites. The aim of the study was to ascertain which comparison sites are most efficient at finding the cheapest flights online. After analysing the results of two distinct flight routes the study confirmed that no particular comparison site will find the lowest fare every single time. They concluded the report by saying that consumers should continue to compare multiple flight comparison sites and other flight providers directly in order to find the best deals.
Cheapflightsfinder.com acknowledged this problem a while ago and now presents the first flight search engine to compare over a dozen aggregators with one simple search, eliminating the need to tediously enter the same details in different sites over and over again.
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