China's Ctrip.com is set to buy Skyscanner in a $1.74 billion deal expected to close by the end of 2016. Skyscanner will continue to operate independently while supporting their existing products.
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Skyscanner has confirmed that it has withdrawn its app from the Windows Phone Store in the United States, saying that in the US, only 'a very small percentage of users are Windows users'.