Google Flights allows you to find airline tickets by entering departure and arrival cities, travel dates and whether you are looking for round-trip, one-way or multi-city tickets. The flight search pulls up information from several airlines, giving you a variety of price and flight options.
Google automatically populates the departure city field with your computer's set location, though you can easily update the field if you wish to leave from a different destination. Input the city, airport name or the three-letter airport code, then populate the arrival city box. If you want a multi-city ticket, click on Add a Flight, which appears when you pick the Multi-city button. Choose your departure and arrival dates, then press Enter.
The search pulls up flights priced low to high. The Stops button allows you to narrow the search to non-stop or one-stop flights. The Price button lets you cap the price. The Airline button allows you to select a particular airline that flies that route and the Times button creates a departure time window. The More button lets you choose your connecting city.
Once you've found flights you like, you have the option to book them or save and/or share the information. The booking option usually takes you to the airline website, but some airlines allow Google to book the flights. The Save option saves the itinerary, but prices are subject to change. After saving the flights, you can share the information via email.