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Skyscanner everywhere search: how to find flights to anywhere in the world

Times are tough for travellers. But with the world preparing to reopen in 2021, we're here to keep you dreaming and planning for your next adventure - whether that's a staycation or flying off to parts unknown. Until then, we've got the latest COVID-19 travel advice and updates to keep you up to date and ready to go.

With restrictions changing fast, it can be difficult to plan ahead. Bring back spontaneity with Skyscanner’s handy ‘Everywhere’ function. You can find flights to anywhere in the world and have the opportunity to snag some great deals on a whim. We’ll walk you through the steps below.

Note: Wherever you end up, make sure to consult the government’s travel advice and the latest COVID-19 rules and regulations in your destination before booking any travel. 

How to search ‘Everywhere

Step 1: Enter your departure point

A screen grab image of the flight booking widget on the Skyscanner website showing where to enter 'everywhere' into the search.

You can type in your local airport, or if you’re feeling extra flexible, enter an entire country. For example, type ‘UK’ to find the absolute cheapest flight leaving the UK on a certain day or month.

Step 2: Enter ‘Everywhere’ in the ‘To’ box

Just start typing ‘Everywhere’ and you’ll see it pop up as an option on the drop-down list. The search will now look for all of the destinations that can be reached from your departure point.

Step 3: Enter your dates

A screen grab image of the flight booking widget on the Skyscanner website showing how to select 'whole month' for a departure date.

If you’ve got specific dates or a last-minute weekend in mind then enter them in the ‘depart’ and ‘return’ boxes. But if you’re just browsing and don’t mind when you fly, then you can search for flights going to all destinations across a whole month. For example, you can instantly see which are the cheapest destinations to fly to from the UK in August. Click on the ‘Depart’ box, select ‘Whole month’ and then choose a month, or just select ‘Cheapest Month’ option. Then enter the cabin class and number of passengers in the next box and hit ‘Search flights’.

Step 4: Pick cheapest flights to everywhere and anywhere

A screen grab image of the cheapest flight destination options on the Skyscanner website.

Skyscanner will scour the web and list all of the destinations you can travel to, starting with the cheapest. Click on the country name and you’ll see a list of destinations, starting with the lowest airfare to the highest. So in just a couple of clicks, you can find the cheapest flights to everywhere and anywhere. And don’t worry, you can also check things like an airline’s cleanliness score and COVID safety score while you book.

Bonus tip: Find flights to anywhere with our awarded app

A screen grab of Skyscanner's awarded app to find flights to anywhere

Sometimes you need to search for spontaneous flights to anywhere in the world while on the go. Our award-winning mobile app is just as easy to use. Simply click on the ‘Explore Everywhere’ tab and you can follow the same steps as above.

There you have it: four easy steps, plus a bonus tip, to find the cheapest flights to absolutely everywhere! So get daydreaming and test out this search feature for yourself.

“As a frequent flyer finding great value flights is always top of the agenda. The ease of using the Everywhere search tool takes all the stress out of booking tickets and with a bit of flexibility. Skyscanner always finds me the best deal to go where I want – or sometimes to a place I hadn’t even planned on visiting!”

– World traveller and blogger, Dan Flying Solo

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