Flight queries on Google Search

When you search for queries such as "flights to Paris" or "flights from Berlin to Paris," you may notice more visual- and entity-focused results. This experience aims to present users with rich and relevant information, helping you find the best next step on your search journey. This article explains some of the results you might see when you search for flights on Google Search.

Airline options

This unit gives users an overview of the different airlines offering flights on the searched route, along with directional price information for non-stop and connecting flights. These prices are gathered directly from the airlines to help you get accurate and up-to-date information.

Airlines-Flight Options

Flight sites

This unit gives users easy access to the top-ranked aggregators for their flights query, including price information for each of the aggregators. These prices are gathered directly from the aggregators.

Sites - Flight Sites

Rich Web Results

Rich results give airlines, online travel agents and aggregators an opportunity to show users more information about what you’ll find if you visit their site. When you see price information on a web result, the prices are gathered directly from the airline or aggregator, and are included for the top-ranked result for a given airline or aggregator.

Cheap Airfare - Web results

How airlines and other flight aggregators can participate

This user experience is currently launched to users in the European Economic Area (EEA) only. If your business is based in EEA, or serves users in EEA, and you would like to participate in this experience, please start by filling out the form here.

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