Google’s new flight search feature only works with non-stop flights. So if you want a cheaper connecting flight, or if you’re looking to go to Hawaii or overseas, this feature won’t show up. Though Google was finally cleared to buy ITA last month, Google says this tool doesn’t use ITA technology. This feature is pretty basic and not helpful beyond getting you to an airline's website, where you then have to do a second search for the same flight. Google trails way behind Bing Travel (powered by Kayak), which offers much more in the way of sorting features (e.g., price, airline, depart/arrive, stops and duration). Also, with Bing, there's no need to do a second search when you're taken to the airline's website. Get the full story at Search Engine Watch and Marketing Pilgrim