Monday, October 13, 2008

Leaving on a Jetplane with Skyscanner

Thinking of going on a getaway, a vacation from your stressed up life? Paris? France? Singapore? New York? Mumbai?

With Skyscanner Maps, your visitors can instantly see which are the nearest airports from their home to you, and then search for cheap flights by clicking on the map, which takes them to the relevant page on Skyscanner. And the use of the service is completely free. All the kind people ask for in return is a link to the Skyscanner website on any pages where the Skyscanner service appears. Sounds pretty cool to have such a widget on your blog or website, right?

This tool,Cheap Flights Map Widget, is fully configurable, allowing webmasters, like you and me, to easily display a fixed departure point, fixed destination point, fixed departure and destination, or an 'anywhere to anywhere' open search. Webmasters can also select their preferred language from a choice of 20, including Spanish, Japanese and Russian.

Another value added function of Skyscanner is that it is the most powerful and flexible flight search engine in Europe (which it claims), and provides instant online price comparisons on over 300,000 flights and over 600 airlines. With Skyscanner, users can browse without having to enter specific dates, departures or even destinations.

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