Skyscanner is to be the first travel search provider to integrate with Amazon's Echo system, allowing people to find flights using just their voice.
The technology works by connecting the Skyscanner API of flight availability data and prices into the Alexa, Amazon's cloud-based voice service.
The "conversational search" technology takes the user through a series of questions so that they can find and note flight options.
The system was showcased at the Amazon Appstore Developer Summit in London this week, but is not yet available to the public.
Developer advocate and engineer at Skyscanner, David Low, says:
"Voice integration is an important feature for the travel industry, and the digital world in general. Conversational integration is appearing in everything from wearables to cars to mobile apps, reinforcing that conversation and messaging are fast becoming mainstream.
"We expect voice products to be a major driver for this mainstream adoption."
Here is the Amazon Echo ad from when it was first launched in November last year (and the brutal parody version here):
The device retails for just under $200 in the US and features a number of other applications, such as Wikipedia, radio stations and other media brands.