A Tale of Two Cities – How to get flight information from Google quickly and easily

By | November 30, 2012
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Many of you will be traveling over the holidays to visit family and friends. One thing I’ve always hated about the travel sites is how convoluted the flight schedules can be. But did you know that Google makes it really easy to find out which airlines service a particular route as well as flight times and other useful information.

Let’s use an example of looking for a flight between Cleveland and Orlando on December 19, 2012. All you have to do is enter “flights from CLE to MCO” (or if you don’t know the airport codes you can type Cleveland and Orlando) in the Google search bar. You’ll see a couple of ads at the top but about the third or fourth entry will be the airlines and flights for your city pair and date.

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You can click “More Google search results” to get more flight times and airlines. You can also click on a flight and get detailed information such as shown below:

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Using Google is a quick way to find airlines and flights to wherever you’re going. Try it. We think you’ll like it.

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