I searched for a flight this morning on my iPhone using the SkyScanner app. When I tapped on one of the results, it showed the details of the flights involved. These details displayed using attractive cards for each flight, with a background colour appropriate to the airline, and showing the type of aircraft, and what features it has (e.g. seating configuration, at-seat power, entertainment, etc.). This is actually hugely useful, as in this case it affected which flight I chose given the multiple options.
However, for some reason, there was a lower fare for my preferred flight which did not show up in the app, but does on the SkyScanner website. So I booked through the website. But when confirming the details of the flights on SkyScanner before clicking through, I couldn't see any of the useful information about the aircraft used for each flight. It's just a fairly basic screen that shows the flight times and airline operating it.
My question is, given that SkyScanner has access to much richer, and useful, information about the aircraft being used for each flight, why isn't this available on the website?