Google Makes Even More Sites Redundant With Introduction Of Flight Search

You no longer need to go to Google to search for a site that will let you search for flights. Instead, the internet titan provides a way to search — and book — flights without ever leaving Google.

Using the QPX search and pricing system it acquired as part of its $700 million purchase of ITA, allows users to search for flights on almost any airline. And while it lists prices for many flights, only a handful of carriers have signed on to allow users to book flights at launch. Among the airlines involved are Delta, JetBlue, Continental and American.

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