This month was the first time Skyscanner came to Athens to connect with local travel bloggers, journalists, and digital influencers. At our event, we treated our friends from Skyscanner and over 40 influencers to an exclusive event with a view of the Acropolis at sunset from the stylish rooftop bar of Athens Was Hotel.

Skyscanner Came To Athens

This was the first time Skyscanner came to Athens for a special event they called “Travel Smart with Skyscanner” and our guests were hosted by  Murat Ozkok-Ohr, Skyscanner Growth Manager, and Stamatina-Samina Megremi, Junior Growth Executive from the company’s headquarters in Edinburgh, where the Skyscanner born.

The emphasis of our event was to learn more about travel habits of Greek users & from where do the most flight searches for Greece come from.

The World’s Travel Search Engine.

Skyscanner is an award-winning price comparison search engine for air tickets, hotels, and car rental, They have over 60 million trusted users each month who compare prices from thousands of airlines, hotels, car rental companies and online travel agencies. The Skyscanner app has over 60 million downloads and their service is completely free for users with no hidden charges!

Skyscanner offers tools & feature to travelers that make them the “Worlds Travel Search Engine”  

All our guests were given the chance to win return flights to Cyprus sponsored by the new international airline COBALT who are based in Cyprus by taking part in a simple quiz to test their knowledge on Greek travel habits.

Can You Guess The Answers To The Following Questions?

  • Which city is the most popular city searched for by Greeks?
  • Which country is the most popular destination Greeks search for? –
  • How long in advance do Greeks book flights??
  • Where do the most flight searches for flights to Greece come from?

Murat Ozkok-Ohr from Skyscanner stressed that data like this is only a small sample of the information is available from Skyscanner and encouraged our guests to reach out to them for stats and data on the travel habits of Greeks and for further cooperation.

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