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Travel price comparison
VoyagerMoinsCher.com is a French price comparison website specialised in finding travel deals. The site compares flights, holidays, tours, cruises, weekend breaks, hotels and holiday rentals in over 150 countries from France’s biggest travel operators. It gives internet users access to search engines, metasearch engines and promotional deals.
VoyagerMoinsCher.com was created in 2000 by Pierre Brisset and Arnaud Barey. In March 2007, VoyagerMoinsCher.com launched BilletMoinsCher.com, a meta-search engine for comparing flights from different online travel agencies (OTA).
In July 2010, VoyagerMoinsCher.com launched a hotel meta-search engine which displays the hotel results from diverse OTAs on one single page with filters for refining the search.
Charter of price comparators
VoyagerMoinsCher.com is co-editor and joint founding member of the “Charte des Sites Internet Comparateurs” (Charter of Online Price Comparators). This charter was signed under the auspices of FEVAD, Fédération du e-commerce et de la vente (Federation of e-business and distance selling) and Nathalie Kosciusko-Morizet, Secretary of State for Forward Planning, Assessment of Public Policies and Development of the Digital Economy. In July 2012, the two sites renewed their label passing the Charter of Comparators audit for the 4th consecutive year.
VoyagerMoinsCher.com: Facts & Figures
- Number of employees: 16 (2012)
- Number of unique visitors per month: 2.5 millions (2012)
- Number of daily visits: around 70 000 (2012)
- Number of newsletter subscribers: 2.7 millions (2012)
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- http://www.travolution.co.uk/articles/2010/06/21/3643/japanese-giant-buys-frances-top-travel-comparison-site.html Travolution, June 21, 2010