If you want insanely cheap flights while still being able to book flights online, you can now get cheap flight deals, and compare flights, through Google flights. And these are not cheapo flights from some sort of questionable airline that you have never heard of, these are discounted flights from well known airlines such as US Airways, United, JetBlue and Delta.
This new feature came not long after Google purchased ITA Software, which is a cutting-edge software that was developed by an MIT student. ITA sells flight information to several travel sites, including Kayak, Hotwire and Orbitz, leaving Google having to commit to the Justice Department that they would play fair and not be cheap airfare hogs.
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By visiting Google flights you will encounter a flight finder with Google’s trademark simple design. From there you will be able to enter your travel dates, as well as your preferred airports, and from there Google will find the best flights online. They also allow users to filter flights by number of stops, airlines, and specific arrival and departure times.
Google flights also offers the option to view a graph that shows the cheapest flights to your chosen destination throughout the entire year. This is a great option for choosing a vacation to a specific destination if your travel dates are flexible. It ensures you will get the cheapest flights possible. To check out the new Google flights feature, simply vist google.com/flights.
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