Momondo Group has secured another working capital line of credit, this time to the tune of £10 million from Silicon Valley Bank.
The funds will be used to "provide additional liquidity" as the group continues its global expansion and product development strategy.
The company raised £80 million ($130 million) from Great Hill Partners in October 2014, in a bid which supposedly valued the company at $210 million).
The GHP private equity fund took a majority stake (undisclosed) in the company.
Momondo Group previously secured a £5 million credit facility from Barclays in June 2014, four months ahead of the GHP injection.
June this year saw the end of the company's original travel deals strategy, switching to metasearch across almost the entire group for the Cheapflights brand.
Both Cheapflights and Momondo (the company it bought four years ago) are now sharing a common back-end platform, but both brands will remain going forward and have distinctive and separate consumer-facing interfaces.
The strategy to keep the pair is based on the brand recognition that both retain in various markets, with Scandinavia and many other European countries performing well for Momondo and Cheapflights still a significant player in the English-speaking markets of North America and Australia.
Both brands will also be used in some countries, such as the UK.
Chief financial officer Alan Martin says:
"This financing strengthens our business as we continue the development of core offerings across our brands and accelerate expansion into new markets.
"Working with Silicon Valley Bank isn’t just about financing, it’s about having a supportive partner who truly understands the needs of fast-growing technology businesses."