Feb 21 AT 8:37 PM Taylor Wimberly 19 Comments

Google flights goes mobile


Last year Google launched Flight Search, but travelers on the go couldn’t use the service since a mobile version was left out. Today Google announced that they fixed that problem and users can now search travel deals from their mobile browsers. When combined with the recent launch of Indoor Maps, Google now provides a nice one-two punch for frequent travelers.

The Flight Search feature on mobile browsers offers all the benefits of Flight Search on desktop including:

  • Find flights quickly with results that load instantly and a list that’s easy to scan
  • Discover places to go on a map – see ticket prices for various destinations by surfing the map. You can filter by price, airline, or flight duration
  • Find the best time to go – Click the calendar icon to see what dates will get you low prices

Check out Flight Search from google.com/flights and let us know how it compares to other popular services like Kayak and Bing.

Source: Google Inside Search blog

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