The Scotland-based metasearch company argued that the original ruling by OFT, now the Competition and Markets Authority (CMA), restricted consumer access to discounts. Skyscanner took its case to the UK Competition Appeal Tribunal (CAT), which ruled in its favour and sent the case back to the CMA. Carolyn Jameson, director of general counsel at Skyscanner, said the outcome is good news for consumers and ‘the wider travel industry’. The appeal revolved around CMA’s investigation into online hotel booking in the UK following a complaint from Skoosh, an online travel agency. Skoosh complained that it was being prevented from offering discounts due to the terms of agreements between large online travel agents and hotels. Get the full story at Daily Mail Online