By enforcing air passenger rights all around the world, Skycop already established an impressive network of partners that help travellers plan their journeys, travel and claim compensation in the event of flight disruption easier, faster and with less hassle than ever. And now even more air passengers will be able to do so as we have just shaken hands on our new partnership with well-known travel planning service Jack’s Flight Club.
Making our services widely known and accessible to as many air passengers as possible is one of the main reasons for expanding our network of partnerships. However, we are also constantly looking for different partners in the travel industry who would also help Skycop clients to improve their travel planning or vacation experience by offering unique solutions for air travellers. Of course, different companies in the travel and leisure sector which are providing services of exceptional quality or at an extremely attractive price also tend to draw our attention when looking for new partnership opportunities.
That is why, this time, we are extremely happy to announce the beginning of our new partnership between Skycop and Jack’s Flight Club – as we are certain that it is the service that combines all of the above. This British start-up unites the largest community of cheap fare hunters in Europe and is currently servicing over 1,500,000 members from the Old Continent, as well as travellers from Canada and United States. Jack’s Flight Club has already helped travellers save more than 30 million euros on airfare. And that, according to the service, just in the last 12 months alone.
The idea behind Jack’s Flight Club community is quite simple, yet, the realization of it has helped them to become truly unique and maintain a leading position in the market. As we know, every frequent traveller is well aware that most airlines use dynamic pricing. However, the exact pricing strategy of every airline should be kept secret in order to make the highest possible profit out of every flight it performs.
Therefore, finding the cheapest fare can require a tremendous amount of time and effort from every traveller who, in the end, is usually even willing to overpay as the time spent looking for the most affordable flight becomes worth much more than the fare difference itself. And that is why, according to the data presented by the Jack’s Flight Club, an estimated 86% of travellers massively overpay for their long-haul flights, by an average of £400, which is more than 400 euros.
In order to save travellers these costs, the founders of Jack’s Flight Club started monitoring thousands of flight routes each day, using their unique algorithm and a team of ‘dedicated flight-hacking experts’ to uncover and send to members of the club best travel deals via newsletter alerts. And even after bringing together more than a million and a half travel enthusiasts from all over the world, Jack’s Flight Club is still free to join with a premium tier allowing its subscribers to get even more insanely cheap travel deals every week.
As we have been already watching Jack’s Flight Club growing and improving, all of us at Skycop are incredibly happy that we have finally joined forces to provide a better travel experience for every air passenger. Therefore we are certain that this long term partnership will create value for both Skycop users and Jack’s Flight Club community.