Google has updated its flight-search tool and included an array of cool features.
Much like most flight-comparison sites, Google offers a range of fares and available flight options.
But for undecided travelers, the newest feature lets users plug in countries or whole regions. For example, enter “flights to Europe” and a map will appear showing varying prices for different European destinations.
And if you really have no idea where to travel, you can even hit the “I’m Feeling Lucky” button to generate a completely random location.
Flexible-date search options are also available so users can compare prices across multiple months, and the search engine will even suggest tips for how you can bag a cheaper deal.
Google Flights was launched in 2011, but the latest version of the site was announced on Wednesday.
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