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SkyScanner moves into the Chinese market

07/19/2007| 10:07:00 AM| 中文

Flight search engine SkyScanner is set to launch a Chinese language version of its website www.skyscanner.net as part of its global expansion. (7/17/2007)

Flight search engine SkyScanner is set to launch a Chinese language version of its website www.skyscanner.net as part of its global expansion. (7/17/2007)

Over 1.2 billion Chinese speaking users will now have access to the fastest flight search online which displays price and availability information for 165 airlines and 69 countries worldwide.

Together with the new Turkish and Romanian language sites, the addition of Chinese is the latest of 18 different language sites to be developed over the last 12 months.

"Having expanded and widened our reach throughout Europe last year, 2007 will see SkyScanner become available in more and more languages worldwide. We currently have a presence in all seven continents and are fully committed to further global expansion in 2008, both with new language versions of the site and with a whole host of new low cost flight routes," said Gareth Williams, CEO and one of the founders of SkyScanner.

www.skyscanner.net is available in the following languages; Czech, Danish, German, English, Spanish, French, Russian, Italian, Japanese, Dutch, Norwegian, Polish, Portuguese, Romanian, Swedish, Turkish, Chinese and Greek.
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