I don’t know about you but when I am about to book a holiday online, I would make sure that I have allocated a decent amount of time to scroll through available dates. I do this so that I am able to get the flights which has the most value for money. Not everybody has the luxury of time to scroll through endless flight carriers to look for the one flight that suits them, so why go through all that hassle in the first place?
Starting today, Google Flights is a way that we can get results for a series of flight carriers within a quick search no matter our travel destination, whether it is to Perth, Singapore or London. They screen through a list of flight carriers, and depending on your preference, you are able to search up the deal which best suits you.
It’s a straightforward concept that saves time and effort and is available across many devices. Instead of having multiple tabs open at the same time, travellers can opt for the Google Flights option and users can even search flights that are one way, round trip, or multiple cities.
Other options of Google Flights includes the number of pax for the flight, dates, destination as well as preference of flight from economy to first class. For travellers who are looking for certain interests such as beach destinations or food adventures, they can also filter their searches.
Alternatively, there are destinations that users can explore, and it comes with a price tag as well. This makes it easier for travellers to gauge whether it fits their budget. The ultimate goal for Google Flights is to get quick results regardless of where your heart desires to travel to.