The glitz and glamour of the aviation industry returns to the nation’s TV screens this week as the Pan Am series kicks off – and a survey by flight search site Skyscanner shows that there is clearly an appetite for the glamorous days of airline travel.
A new survey by flight comparison site Skyscanner has revealed that a massive 88% of Brits are dissatisfied with life in Britain and would consider moving abroad within the next five years.
A recent survey by travel search site Skyscanner has found that 25% of families prefer to go on an overseas holiday in October, than any other time of year. At a time when all attention is focused on budget, 60% of respondents stated that their preference for October was due to the better value it offers rather than travelling during the peak summer months.
As the OFT calls for an investigation into currency fees, a study by travel search site Skyscanner has revealed that British holidaymakers could be paying hundreds in unnecessary ATM charges when using debit and credit cards abroad.
Purchasing a return flight to Asian destinations may not always be cheaper than buying two singles with the same airline, according to the latest research by flight comparison site Skyscanner.
As this week’s research announced by Money Supermarket throws a big question mark over the compatibility of British couples on holiday, further statistics from travel experts Skyscanner back up our favourite cliché that men are indeed from from Mars and Women definitely Venus!
Flight comparison website Skyscanner.net has been recognised as one of Britain’s fastest growing travel technology companies, taking 19th place in the Sunday Times Microsoft Tech Track 100 this weekend appearing for the second consecutive year. Skyscanner was the highest rated online travel business.
As thousands of teenagers collected their GCSE language exam results last month, a new study from Skyscanner shows that, while 93% of those surveyed learned a language at school, less than a quarter of respondents are at ease speaking the language when abroad, with almost half admitting they “only use a few words”.
A panel of international travellers and wine experts has declared Easyjet’s wine the winner in a recent tasting of airline wines, conducted by flight comparison site Skyscanner.
Flight comparison site Skyscanner reports that flight searches to Turkey more than doubled in the aftermath of the failure of specialist holiday firm Holidays 4U this week.