TripAdvisor Acquires GateGuru For An Undisclosed Sum

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Bangalore: Leading travel site TripAdvisor Inc today said it has acquired US-based GateGuru, a mobile resource for flight and airport information around the world, for an undisclosed amount.

Commenting on the development, TripAdvisor Inc Co-Founder and CEO Steve Kaufer said: "GateGuru nicely complements our existing flights products and we look forward to working with the GateGuru team as they continue to manage the GateGuru app and add great functionality to the TripAdvisor mobile experience."

Following the deal, TripAdvisor customers can now view maps and insights on stores, restaurants, amenities and gate locations. Combined with weather forecasts, estimated security wait times and real-time flight status information through the GateGuru app, the company said in a statement.

"Terms of the acquisition will not be disclosed," it added.

GateGuru team will continue to operate out of New York City, and report to General Manager new initiatives and leader of the TripAdvisor Flights product and SeatGuru brand Bryan Saltzburg, TripAdvisor Inc said.

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