Skyscanner reorganizes its management structure Skyscanner

Skyscanner has made two changes to its management structure with the appointment of Gareth Williams as chairman and Bryan Dove as chief executive, according to a statement.

Until now, Williams, co-founder of the metasearch engine, held the position of CEO of the company, while Dove served as director of Technology. The new president has assured that he will focus on his mandate “in the long-term vision of Skyscanner”.

Skyscanner was launched in 2003 and received investments from companies such as Sequoia Capital before being acquired at the end of 2016 by the Chinese travel website Ctrip, in an agreement valued at more than 1,400 million pounds (1,596 million euros) ).