Google has rolled out the flight search feature in India, allowing users to find get best deals available for planning their vacation. Users will be able to search for flights from within Google or access google.co.in/flights to quickly find, compare and book flights from their mobile phone, tablet or desktop.
Flight Search enables users to see the price and duration of flights of popular destinations depending on your location. For instance if you Live in New Delhi and are planning a Republic Day weekend getaway, Flight Search will immediately show you the best options available based on your preferences and previous searches. Users will also be able to see the Live prices of popular destinations around the world by setting your dates and tapping to expand the map.
Users will be able to see the lowest fares in the calendar and will also be able to see how prices may fluctuate based on the season, holidays or other events. You will be able to see the lowest fares over the coming months and choose your destination and time of flying accordingly to get the best deals.
Gaurang Shetty, Senior Vice President Commercial, Jet Airways, said “Giving our guests access to our flights for bookings through Flight Search will offer another convenient channel to shop for and book flights via their preferred search engine. This is just one more way we’re collaborating with Google on new and innovative technologies.”
“Goibibo.com is the first OTA in India to partner with Google for Flight Search. This is in line with our philosophy and core differentiation of delivering the fastest booking experience to our travelers,” said Ashish Kashyap, Founder and CEO of ibiboGroup.
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