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Google Adds Flight Schedules In Searches

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Google is making traveling easier with the click of a button!

Now when you search a destination, Google will reveal which airlines serve that specific route and when they fly.

In the example above, we searched "Flights from Los Angeles to Las Vegas" and were greeted with an abundant amount of options available through June 2.

Tabs allow the list to be specified by non-stop flights to the destination, as well as any destination from that airport. Pretty nifty, right?

This is only a taste of what's to come too because the company has apparently spent $700 million on travel search software developer ITA Software, which hasn't even come into play yet.

We can't wait to see what else Google has up their sleeves in the coming months!

Did U like the new flight schedule feature the search engine has provided?

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4 comments to “Google Adds Flight Schedules In Searches”

  1. 1

    hopefully they'll start a celebrity gossip blog so you'll get out of business. you support the google monopoly, you should be a victim of it as well!

  2. 2

    These are good news

  3. 3

    Really? I don't read PH only to be feed Google advertising. So blatant, it's sad. And BTW, Microsoft has offered the same feature w/its Bing search engine for some time. This makes you look like a dated, uniformed sell-out.

  4. 4

    i google "flights from denver, co to chicage, il, and it just gave me a buncha links. HOW do i get which airlines they serve, their specific route and when they fly.