Skyscanner, the global travel search engine, has compiled all the necessary data to aid users as they plan their travel for the Thanksgiving holiday, the company said.
Before joining the more than 20 million passengers planning to fly to a destination this season, Skyscanner identified the areas of most interest for travelers and unveiled some new data from its more than 60 million monthly users to help guide the decision-making process.
As far as duration of travel, Skyscanner found that the most common itineraries are those lasting four and seven days. This is an interesting data point as it shows travelers are more and more inclined to extend their travel during this time of year. In addition, rather than analyze which airports are expected to receive the most traffic overall during Thanksgiving, Skyscanner created a day-by-day breakdown to show which airports are expected to be busiest and which travelers may want to consider avoiding throughout the entire holiday week. (Note: Seattle, you´re in trouble).
Skyscanner is a global travel search company providing free search of flights, hotels and car rental. Founded in 2003 Skyscanner helps to meet the travel planning needs of over 60 million people each month. Skyscanner is available in over 30 languages. Skyscanner´s highly rated free mobile app has been downloaded over 60 million times. The privately owned company employs over 900 staff and has ten global offices in Edinburgh, Singapore, Beijing, Shenzhen, Miami, Barcelona, Glasgow, Sofia, Budapest and London. For more information, visit http://www.skyscanner.com and our news site.