Microsoft’s Bing search engine seems to be in the spotlight a lot recently, but now it’s more for their improvements instead of accused search results thievery – which is a good thing. A new feature called Autosuggest Flight Prices has just been implemented into Bing Travel, to make life easier for travelers. Like its name, Autosuggest Flight Prices automatically displays flight prices whenever users search for information about flying to another place. For example, all you have to type is “Flights to Chicago” in the search box to use the feature. Finding the cheapest possible flights is only but a text entry away. However, since the feature was only released, it only works in selected areas of the US though you can expect the feature to eventually roll out to the rest of the world. Head over to Bing to try it out now.
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