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This article was published on January 13, 2015

Google’s Flight Search lands in India

Google’s Flight Search lands in India
Abhimanyu Ghoshal
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Google’s Flight Search tool is now available to Indian users, allowing them to look up air travel options around the globe from their desktop and mobile browsers.

The service has been available to other markets since its launch in the US in 2011. As it does elsewhere, Flight Search lets users look up airfare for various destinations on a map, and displays available flights, sortable by price, duration, number of stops and more.

Flight Search

Selected flights can be booked through airline sites, third-party travel sites and agencies on the phone. Users can also save their itineraries for later and share them with a link or via email.

Flight Search (India) [via Google India Blog]