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Will change the way we travel forever?

Will change the way we travel forever?    GF

We were intrigued by the launch of the world’s first price-focused search engine for worldwide flights – but will it deliver?

Unlike other travel search tools, which lead on destination or airline partner, generates instant search results from the latest airfares of 1,000 airlines worldwide.

Consumers can enter their chosen budget, travel dates and departure point and, with a single click, all the possible flight destinations within that budget will instantly be displayed for them to choose from, on a results map.

The ambition of the creators behind is that it not only empowers people to get more from their holiday budgets, but also that it inspires holidaymakers to step out of their comfort zone and explore destinations they might not have considered.

The new search tool, in partnership with Skyscanner, is available on desktop and tablet, with an iPhone app planned for later in the year. This is the first launch from the Amsterdam-based start-up GeniusTravel Group. A product is also available, featuring over 460,000 hotels worldwide and powered by

The search system is similar to that of consumers enter their chosen budget using a slider, select a date and enter the city or country of their destination and results are served up on a world map.

GeniusTravel Group founder Gennie Freen comments: “Consumers today want to expand their horizons and get a good deal to boot, and that’s exactly where comes in handy, allowing you to discover new destinations that fit your budget, in just three steps. It’s incredible to think that for the same price as a flight to Paris, you could even set off on an adventure to Marrakech this weekend.

“The comment we hear from people all the time is ‘Why didn’t this exist before?’ It’s so simple, and yet it has the potential to truly revolutionise the way the travel industry – and holiday shoppers – operate.”

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