The feature, which can be found alongside the popular lounge finder, flight status and other journey-related services, uses search engine Skyscanner’s fare search, linking directly to the alliance’s member carrier websites for purchase.
The booking facility is part of a major makeover for the Star Alliance website, which complements the individual websites of its 28 member airlines, in nine languages.
Users can book seats on more than 18,800 daily flights to over 1,300 airport destinations in 193 countries offered by Star Alliance.
Jeremy Drury, Director Digital and E-Services for Star Alliance, said: “Anything that is bookable on our member airlines’ websites can now be reached through our site.
“We look forward to exploring further opportunities with Skyscanner.”