Skyscanner is a travel fare aggregator website and travel metasearch engine. It is a global travel search site and app that provides free online comparisons for a number of flights, car rentals and hotels. Skyscanner enables its users to access price lists related to its categories and also receive price lists by entering information such as destination, dates and number of personnel. The news section of the website includes regular news from the travel and flight industry and travel tips for customers.


Type
Subsidiary
Parent Company
Ctrip
HQ
Edinburgh, GB
Founded
2003
Skyscanner was founded in 2003 and is headquartered in Edinburgh, GB

Key People at Skyscanner

Gareth Williams

Gareth Williams

CEO & Co-Founder
Bryan Dove

Bryan Dove

CTO
Ruth Chandler

Ruth Chandler

Chief People Officer
Carolyn Jameson

Carolyn Jameson

Chief Legal Officer

Skyscanner Office Locations

Skyscanner has an office in Edinburgh
Edinburgh, GB (HQ)
15 Lauriston Pl

Skyscanner Data and Metrics

Skyscanner Summary

In total, Skyscanner had raised $195.2 m. Skyscanner is a subsidiary of Ctrip

Skyscanner Financial Metrics

Skyscanner's revenue was reported to be £158.3 m in FY, 2016 which is a 32% increase from the previous period.
GBPFY, 2012FY, 2013FY, 2014FY, 2015FY, 2016

Revenue

33.5 m65.8 m92.9 m119.7 m158.3 m

Revenue growth, %

119%96%41%29%32%

Cost of goods sold

14.7 m21.4 m35.3 m76.2 m

Gross profit

51.1 m71.5 m84.5 m82.1 m
  • Source: Company Filings
GBPFY, 2013FY, 2014FY, 2015FY, 2016

Cash

9.3 m4.5 m44.3 m26.9 m

Accounts Receivable

8.9 m10.3 m13.5 m

Current Assets

31.5 m41.5 m65.1 m67.8 m

PP&E

10.6 m7 m5.2 m3.2 m
GBPFY, 2013FY, 2014FY, 2015

Income Taxes Paid

(2.8 m)(2.7 m)(436 k)
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Skyscanner Operating Metrics

FY, 2012FY, 2013FY, 2014FY, 2015FY, 2016Aug, 2017

Monthly Active Users

12.9 m22.6 m30.4 m44.9 m60 m

Locations

4691010

Total Ticket Value

$7.6 b$11.3 b$12.8 b

Mobile Downloads

30 m40 m60 m
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Skyscanner Revenue Breakdown

Skyscanner Job Categories

Traffic Overview of Skyscanner

Skyscanner Online and Social Media Presence

Skyscanner News and Updates

Skyscanner’s 15 Year Journey to a $1.7BN Acquisition

The largest acquisition to date of a travel technology company in the U.K was announced in November 2016. Scottish travel aggregator Skyscanner was acquired by Chinese travel services provider Ctrip for $1.7 Billion.

Skyscanner’s $1.7 billion sale to China’s Ctrip is now complete

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Ctrip’s Skyscanner Acquisition Highlights Growing Overseas M&A By China’s Internet Giants

Ctrip’s $1.74B acquisition of Scotland-based Skyscanner represented a major exit for Europe’s tech ecosystem. But the acquisition also marked the latest move by one of China’s leading internet companies to expand its international footprint through M&A. Using CB Insights data, we … Continued

Tech.eu Podcast #65: Skyscanner acquired by Ctrip, Latvia’s new startup law, spotlight on Agricool and more

On the latest episode of the Tech.eu podcast, we talk about Skyscanner's acquisition, Latvia's new startup law, feature French startup Agricool and more: The post Tech.eu Podcast #65: Skyscanner acquired by Ctrip, Latvia’s new startup law, spotlight on Agricool and more appeared first on Tech.eu.
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