Google new Flight’s feature will help you save more money when planning your trips

If you’re a frequent flyers, well, even if you’re not, a new feature introduced by Google may help you save more money. Google is releasing a new update to its Flight’s search called Flight Insights. This nifty feature will now help you make better travel plans that could potentially save you more money.

How does this feature work exactly? Under Flight Insights, it will now show you tips that will make your travel plans a bit more cost-efficient. For example, it may suggest you a different day, perhaps going to a different nearby airport, and even give you a graph that shows you flight pricing.

These features are similar to what you find on websites like Expedia and Orbitz. Google is now making it visually easier for you to sort through everything and help you make cost-effective decisions.

It’s important to keep in mind that you should be a bit flexible in your travel plans when trying to search through Flight Insight’s feature. Since it will take varying scenarios into consideration, take that into account when making travel plans.

This update will first arrive on mobile, and desktop support to come later this year.

Hamza Khalid

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