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Google Flights - Guide to Book Flights

<p>Are you one of those who likes to travel, no matter the destination, but do not have enough money left to spend with expensive flight or time to hunt cheap flights? Your problems are over! Or, at the very least, they have decreased considerably. Launched about three years in the United States, Google flights (Google Flights in English)&nbsp; arrived in Brazil full of news and promises to shake the competition, centralizing information on flights from several companies on one page. I tested the tool for three days and summarized its features. Take a look! &nbsp; LOOKING FOR A FLIGHT The feature works by web search and also in the mobile navigation version, fully translated into Portuguese. The tool allows you to search for flights by airports and date navigation, among other features that systems like Decolar.com and Skyscanner do not offer, such as searching for airports nearest to your location. You can also refine the results by price (which is already converted to the actual), airline and flight duration, for example. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Google Search Direct Search &nbsp; Just play there: &quot;Crossing the River to New York&quot;. In the results it will display a window and show some flight options at the closest times and dates. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; I do not know where to go &nbsp; Do you like to set foot on the road and often do not even know where to go? Rest assured, you&#39;re not the only one! A Google search revealed that more than half of users are unsure of destination when they start planning a trip. &nbsp; Thinking about it, Google Flights makes life easier for the undecided and suggests a list of popular destinations. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; If you have a vague idea of ​​the region you want to fly to, just put the place of departure, the name of the continent and that&#39;s it! The tool will display a map with destinations and prices by country. Wonderful, right? &nbsp; I already have a certain destination and some dates in mind &nbsp; In the Flight tab you can select a place of departure and arrival, including most national and international airports. Just enter the destination and a calendar with dates and prices will appear on each day of the selected month. You can still sort the search by price, airline and flight duration. The cheapest days will be highlighted in green. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Multiple destinations &nbsp; The &quot;various cities&quot; function is very useful for those who are going to visit various places and wants to optimize the travel time. The tool allows searching up to five sections. That is, it is possible to book the outbound flight from the airport of one city or country and return by another, making some pit stops. It is worth remembering that Google Flights does not display flights from low cost airlines, so this option may not be very interesting financially for domestic flights. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Interactive map: explore your possible destinations &nbsp; For those who are poorly located, like me, but do not want to miss the script, the map navigation is perfect to organize your trip. The red dots on the map indicate all the cities for which flights are available from the selected location. Many of them already come with ticket prices on the side, which can help save money if there is flexibility at the destination. The only problem is that the &quot;expand map&quot; option is unavailable in the &quot;multiple cities&quot; selection. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; # GOOGLE PHILIPPINES If there is a cheaper or faster flight on nearby dates, the search engine alerts you! The &quot;tip&quot; bar lets you know how much you can save if you are willing to fly early, late or from a different airport. If there is a direct flight or a smaller scale time, it will also alert. Then just put the priorities in the balance and decide! &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; STAY TUNED After conducting the search, Google Flights displays ticket information, such as dates, times and pricing for each. Some of them will be highlighted in red to warn of a night flight or company delays, for example. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; IS THAT THE PRICE WILL FALL? Once you find a possible flight, just save it and the search engine will monitor the price for you. Price change alerts will arrive right on your phone via Google Now and your email. The tool still stores a history of searches done, accesses information from previous searches, and auto-complete saves you from typing all your data again. Warning: To ensure these features, you must be logged in to Google. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; I THOUGHT THE PERFECT FLIGHT! It&#39;s time to book! At the end of the search, the tool shows the links that direct to the flights and chosen airlines. To buy the ticket, just click. The prices displayed by the search engine have already included taxes and fees charged by the company. Google Flights does not charge fees! &nbsp; The itinerary can be shared by email or by social networks, through a link that the tool itself generates by clicking on &quot;share&quot;. Easy and obvious, right? (I.e.&nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp;</p>

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