New low-cost air search engine launches

A new low-cost air ticket search engine has launched in the UK.

The tool, named Skypicker, is predominantly aimed at students and backpackers with the aim to offer the cheapest flights available regardless of the number of transfers or time spent in transit. It claims tickets can be bought for less than EUR5 (£3.90), which tickets typically between £7.80 and £39 within Europe.

“Unlike other search engines, Skypicker scours the market for connecting flights. It’s the process of combining the discount offers from various low-cost airlines that makes the final price of the whole trip as cheap as possible,” said Oliver Dlouhý, founder of Skypicker. “Skypicker aims to become the number one low cost European travel search engine in this market in the next three years and because of our user-friendly website, we believe this is a more than realistic goal.”

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