Book cheap flights with google flights
The search engine group Google has now released its service “Flies Search” in Germany. A fierce competition for Opodo and Co. How Google skillfully plays its search expertise.
From Berlin to Los Angeles via London and New York – booking flights on the Internet is not always easy. Especially if you are looking for a particularly favorable offer or need to schedule stopovers. Although search engines like Opodo, Expedia and others offer comprehensive databases and a good price comparison, they also bring with them a number of disadvantages.
Only after the search criteria have been set, the corresponding programs begin to scour their databases. After a short wait, the result is spit out. If this does not meet the requirements, the whole process must be restarted from scratch. This costs time and nerves. Is then finally a hit, he is often no longer bookable at the specified price.
This problem has now the search engine giant Google adopted and designed a new search mask under the name “Flight Search”. Travel planners from the US already benefit from the service in 2011. What the company has achieved here is impressive. Google Germany boss Lars Lehne said months ago: “We have introduced completely new filter features and worked on the speed.”
The trick: Google pulls the information about the flights in real time directly from the portal of the providers – from Lufthansa to Emirates. “That’s why we only show flights that are still really priced at the given price,” said Lehne. In addition, the real-time search already works when setting the filter. No matter if the time, the price range or the stopovers are changed, the results adapt immediately.