Please note that we've temporarily paused onboarding new publishers to our affiliate programme. Please check back in a couple of months.
Join our global affiliate programme
Skyscanner offers affiliate publishers the chance to earn a share of the commission we make on bookings. And our short pay-out window means you can monetise your traffic quickly.
Choose to promote Skyscanner in text links, banners or travel widgets.
Who can use it?
Permitted traffic sources and activities:
- Travel websites
- Content platforms
- Social media groups
- Price comparison websites
- Deals websites
- Advertising networks
- Cashback websites
- Subnetworks (subject to transparency screening)
Non Permitted traffic sources and activities:
- SEM bidding
- Teaser networks
- Cookie stuffing
- Disruptive Ad Formats (Pop-ups, etc.)
- Toolbars and browser extensions
- Auto-direct sites
- Domain buying websites
Frequently asked questions
How can we work together?
We have three types of tools available for our affiliates: Travel Search Widgets, Banners and Text Links. If you're an established business and interested in our Flights API, you can apply here. Please note that applications are subject to approval and you'll be notified within one month.
Which Skyscanner products are commissionable?
Flights, Hotels and Car Hire.
How do we get remunerated?
Skyscanner is paid by a partner (OTAs and airlines) when a booking is made on their site. If users are brought to us by an affiliate partner, then we share the generated revenue with them, starting at 20%.
We pay commission on Skyscanner generated revenue, not booking or basket value. For example, if Skyscanner earned £10 revenue from a booking, we pay a commission to the publisher starting at £2.
More details are in the programme descriptions on a country level in each of the Affiliate Networks. If you are accepted to the Skyscanner programme, we start monetising your activities straightaway. Payments will be processed by the network's terms and conditions.
Why has my application been rejected?
We review every single application to our programme. Unfortunately, some applications have to be rejected. Reasons for rejections could include but are not limited to:
- Non Permitted traffic source
- Site under construction or not live
- Offensive/inappropriate content
- Site not relevant to Skyscanner or travel industry