Google has announced that its long anticipated Flight Search feature is now live.
Starting today, when you search for flight information on Google, for example “flights from Chicago to Denver,” you will see a “Flights” link in the left-hand panel. This link leads to our new Flight Search feature, and is offered in addition to the flight schedules which have been available since May. You can also access the Flight Search feature directly at google.com/flights.
● Get super-fast results. Speed is critical to all the things we love on the web, and travel planning should be no exception. Making changes to dates, destinations, and filters should be as fast as we hope you’ve come to expect from Google.
● See a simple list of the most relevant flights. Flight Search shows you an easy-to-scan list to help you get to your destination quickly and inexpensively.
● Figure out when to travel. Quickly see which travel dates are least expensive by dragging the date selector forward or backward, or check out the bar chart to compare lots of dates at once.
Flight Search helps you explore possible destinations, letting you filter them by airline, flight time and price. Flights are chosen primarily based on cost and total travel time, while covering a variety of departure times and airlines.
Google says the selection of flight results is not influenced by any paid relationships and booking links point to airline websites only.
Take a look at the service in the video below…