A new player enters the market of vertical search engines on travel. It’s called Ulises and it has just been launched.
Ulises offers specific searches for flights (which I believe will be the most used feature), for hotels, for car rentals and for cruises. These options of car rentals and cruises are not available as far as I know in other travel-related vertical search engines developed in Spain.
Of the flight search, I would say that the results page stands out and shows with much clarity the flights found arranged by price, and moreover a comparison table of different airlines, something that helps a lot if the user is not just searching for the best price but also gives priority to the quality of service offered by one airline company compared to the other.
The search engine also has different options of filtering and on the main page, we can find the last flights searched apart from the flights that have been searched the most, which gives us an idea of which are the most interesting destinations for people.
Without doubt, Ulises will be able to compete with the three flight search engines that we already have on the scene, Trabber, Minube and Vuelosbaratos now have another competitor with whom to fight for the users.
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