Condé Nast Traveller Launches Online Flight Search Tool, Powered by Skyscanner

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Condé Nast Traveller, the leading luxury British travel publication and the world’s most discerning travel media brand has partnered with Skyscanner for Business to launch a new flight search tool on cntraveller.com. 

Users will be able to search for worldwide flights via a ‘Search Flights’ tab, with Skyscanner for Business powering the search via the Skyscanner White Label.  Users will also be directed from country specific editorial content to search for flights to these countries, never having to leave the Condé Nast Traveller website.

Cntraveller.com is an essential online destination for the smart traveller and it’s a hugely exciting step to now be able to offer a flight search for users too. We are very excited about this new partnership with Skyscanner.
— Melinda Stevens, Editor of Condé Nast Traveller

Zoe Willis, Partnerships Director, Condé Nast Digital adds, “Both leaders in their fields, Skyscanner is a perfect partner for Condé Nast Traveller and we’re thrilled to be able to offer our discerning users the ability to search and book the best value flights to the destinations they’ve just read about on the site or in the magazine. This partnership will offer huge value and convenience to our audiences and we look forward to realising its success.”

Skyscanner’s Commercial Director, Hugh Aitken, comments, “We are delighted to be able to announce our latest partnership with cntraveller.com. Our White Label flight solution for Condé Nast Traveller enables it to offer millions of readers a bespoke and high quality search tool to find and book their travel”.

Skyscanner for Business now powers over 600 partners through its suite of products, includingWhite Label and API tools, which gives partners access to flight, hotel and car rental searches. The Skyscanner White Label allows for full language translation, including its newest language addition of Arabic.


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