Flights from US to Cuba Now Supported by Google Flights
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Airlines are now flying nonstop from the US to Cuba. Now that passengers can access the Pearl of the Antilles, Google is making it easier to access flights using Google Flights.
According to The Points Guy, even after many tickets being sold, it wasn’t possible to search for airfares using Google Flights, that is until now.
“As of September 30, you can now search for round-trip, one-way and multi-city flights from anywhere in the world to Cuba,” reports Zach Honig.
The tool itself is very user friendly. You simply search your destination and the location in which you are leaving along with the dates. See? Nothing you can’t handle. The Points Guy does mention that Southwest fares are not available on the system, but you can still access Delta, American Airlines and many others.
“It’s even possible to search for a multi-city itinerary,” adds Honig. You can add additional flights if you’re feeling adventurous to extend your trip.
Another addition you can expect from the system is the Google Flights map view. The beauty of the map view is when you’re undecided and curious about where you could spend a holiday or a last minute weekend trip. You can simply view the map and decide where you want to go. You can narrow down the options by selecting the destination and if you have an airline preference you can use that selection to narrow down options as well.
You can read more on the Google Flights map view here.
The tool will help by taking a lot of the “guesswork” out of booking a flight to Cuba, or anywhere else that tickles your fancy.
Google Flights map view photo courtesy of The Points Guy
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