The gap between EasyJet and Ryanair has narrowed at the top of leading airline websites in the UK, but the pair have also stretched their respective leads over British Airways.
TUI Travel has released details of its “next generation” shop as it reports interim results for the six months ending 31 March 2013.
Some early moves in the list of leading travel sites in the UK as the gloomy winter makes way for spring and post-Christmas sales rush subsides.
Tours and activities just got that little bit more interesting with news that European tour operating giant TUI Travel has bought tours and activities provider Isango.
Christmas and New Year advertising campaigns kicking in for Thomson and Thomas Cook as their respective websites leave the likes of Expedia and Lastminute.com trailing behind.
New leaders in the airline and agency categories at the end of 2012 as British Airways and Thomson leapfrog their rivals to become the most popular travel websites in the UK.
After closing the gap in recent months, Expedia has finally overtaken Thomson to become the most popular travel agency website in the UK.
Taking into account the might of the mighty Expedia et al, who would launch a brand new online travel agency these days?