Check flight status and plan trips on your speaker or display

Google Assistant makes it easy to find the travel information you need—from planning an upcoming trip to checking the status of your current reservations—on your Google Nest or Home speakers or displays. 

Step 1. Get started

  1. Turn on Personal resultsto get information for existing flights. Note: You don’t need Personal results turned on to find new flights or track flight prices. 
  2. Sign into the same Google Account you linked to your Google Nest or Home device.
  3. Create a Gmail account if you don't have one already. Flight info is pulled from the Gmail account that's associated with the Google Account used to set up your speaker or display. 

Step 2. Get flight info

Find flight info and track prices
To do this: Say "Ok Google" or "Hey Google," then:
Find a flight "Find me flights to Hawaii"

Track flight prices 

Note: You can only track flight prices for a general location/date, not a specific flight or airline

“How much are flights to New York City in 3 weeks?”
Find a flight to a region "How much are flights to Spain?"
Find a flight to a destination "Find me flights to LA"
"How much is a flight to Las Vegas"
Filter by airline "Find me flights with United"
Filter by dates "I'd like to depart on the 12th of January"
"'Return on January 26"
"Return one day later"
Filter by stops "Find me non-stop flights"
Next flights "What is the next flight to Paris?"
"Next flight to Chicago"
Route schedule "What is the schedule of flights to London"

Once you start tracking a flight, you'll get notifications through email and Google Now cards. 

Get information for existing flights
Make sure Personal results is turned on to hear this info. 
To do this: Say "Ok Google" or “Hey Google," then...
Hear date / time/ airline /destination /origin of next upcoming flight "My next flight"
When is my upcoming flight?"
"What time is my upcoming flight?"
"My next <United> flight"
"My flight to <New York>"
Hear on time/delay status

“Is my flight on time?” 
“Is my British Airways flight delayed?”

Hear date / time/ airline /destination /origin of upcoming multiple flights

Note: You will hear information for your next three scheduled flights

"When are my upcoming flights?"
"What times are my flights?"
"My <United> flights?"
"My flights in <December>"

Note: Replace your airline, destination, or month within the <...> section above.

Step 3. Find fun things to do on your trip

Find popular activities
To do this: Say "Ok Google" or "Hey Google," then:
Find things to do by location

"Things to do in Paris"


If your speaker or display doesn’t provide the correct information, be more specific with your request. 

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