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Google Flights: New Feature To Help Crack The Best Airfare Deals

First Posted: Oct 18, 2016 06:20 AM EDT
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A new update has been added to Google's flight search tool. In order to buy cheap flights, customers can search for the costs of the flight tickets and plan their travels accordingly. Google's search engine to check the flight fares will enable users to get this new feature.

The new update will deliver a visual representation in the form of a pop-up notification. The notification will let the viewer know about the expiration of the fare. It will also let people know if they can avoid extra expenses by booking flights sooner or later. So, users who are planning to buy cheap flights online can go for this new flight search system update and track the routes.

Passengers prefer cheap flights at times when they look up to save extra costs on their travel plans. And this new update via Google's flight search tool could help with the search. The company looks forward to make this feature as user-friendly as possible.

Users should also know that these updates by Google could be tentative at times. This is because the information that Google takes is from already existing flight cost data. Latest flight costs are not updated at times, which makes it hard to maintain accuracy of the schedule and fare. But, it can still help a lot if you are planning to buy cheap flights for a trip in the near future.

Google Flights is also being speculated to get an update by the company for mobile users. This is important as more and more people are prefer portable devices for booking flights nowadays. This will, however, not be a standalone app feature but only for the mobile web version for now. This will enable users to track and save their flights from their portable devices and keep a track of it on Chrome through their Google accounts. 

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