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Thomson and Thomas Cook retain prime positions – Top UK travel websites, July 2013

Online travel agencies are continuing to look on jealously as the traditionalists in the guise of Thomson and Thomas Cook hold firm as the leading travel websites in the UK.

 
 

After losing its coveted position as the leading airline website in the UK in May, EasyJet has regained top spot from Ryanair despite losing market share in June.

 
 

EasyJet has seen its prized position as market leader in the list of leading airline websites in the UK snatched away by arch rival Ryanair.

 
 

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.

 
 

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.

 
 

British Airways has lost out to Ryanair in the list of leading travel websites in the UK, but the Ireland-based low cost carrier is still languishing behind rival EasyJet.

 
 

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.

 
 

Thomson has just a tiny lead over Expedia as the gap between the pair narrowed to just 0.06% in the list of leading UK travel websites in October 2012.

 
 
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