Google spent almost $1.5 billion in cash to acquire a flight information tracking company in 2010. Five years later, after revamping the online flight comparison tool, the search giant is rolling out a new and improved Google Flights.
Even if you don’t know where you want to go or which destinations you can afford, Google Flights can help. The tool includes Google’s signature “I’m Feeling Lucky” button to help people search flights. According to Google research, 54 percent of people haven’t decided where they want to go when they sit down and plan.