Google flight schedule search takes off, helps you figure out when to get aboard


Been wishing you could find flight information the same way you would for a bus or train? Now you’re covered with the new flight schedule search feature Google launched last week. By simply typing “flights from / to” a destination in the search bar, it displays specific flight routes or all routes from a particular airport, all of the airlines serving the locales along with flight numbers, and travel dates / times. The ITA travel search software which the DOJ finally allowed Google to purchase last month isn’t powering the feature, although Google stated on its blog that the flight schedule search is a “small step” in an overall effort to make finding flight information simpler. The service supports ten languages, and you’ll find more info by hitting the source link below. Now if only it could tell us whether our flight has WiFi

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