European ultra-low-cost air tickets search engine Skypicker has been renamed Kiwi.com and redesigned its website.
The new image is intended to reflect the evolution of the company as well as its vision for the future.
The company has grown to sell tickets in more than 150 countries.
“Rebranding represents a successful and ongoing transition to a company well beyond its air travel tradition,” said Jiří Hlavenka, co-founder and investor.
Kiwi.com now sets its sights on growing its customer base with a special focus on “bringing back” premium customer service for all travellers, including those flying with low-cost airlines.
Chief executive Oliver Dlouhý said: “Kiwi.com embodies our culture and direction.
“We remain committed to creating customers for life and this new image clearly shows that we are evolving as a company by expanding our offerings and pushing into new markets.”
Based in Brno, Czech Republic, the company now has over 550 employees from 55 nationalities.
The company said while its brand and logo have changed its value proposition remains the same.