Skyscanner has added three new dedicated domains to its ever expanding portfolio of local country sites.
“We are delighted to launch Skyscanner sites for the Austrian, Swedish and Swiss markets. Skyscanner was already available in the local languages of these countries, but it’s vital that we offer our users local domains as well, to build brand, establish trust and boost search engine rankings,” said Barry Smith, Skyscanner Co-founder and Development Director.
Last year Skyscanner hired a team of international marketing managers from countries including Sweden, Russia and Germany to assist its rapid expansion in Europe and North America.
Skyscanner is the biggest flight search engine in Europe and more than 60% of its total traffic now comes from outside of the UK and Ireland. The site which helps users find cheap flights now offers flight searches in 61 currencies and 20 different languages.