Google flights mobile

Google's new flight search feature has been updated to include destinations outside of the United States, assuming you're still starting​ your journey from an American airport. In a post on its "Inside Search" blog, Google says it's added support for over 600 international airports as destinations. However if you're planning a journey which begins at one of these airports, you're still out of luck for the moment -- Google Flights only works when U.S. airports are used as a starting point.

Last month Google Flights launched for mobile, meaning all these new features are supported on mobile devices, assuming you're using an Android or iOS device. There's no stand-alone app available on either platform, but if Google Flights picks up steam, we wouldn't be surprised to see one launched at some point in the future.

To take Google Flights for a spin, check the links below.

Source: Google Inside Search; More: Google Flights

 

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Google Flight Search now supports international destinations

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With an app like Flight Tracker being so incredible and well-received, Google's got to really provide the whole shibang.