Travelers will be able to choose filters of where they want to fly, and price range and will be able to access these results on a map interface. It’s similar to Kayak’s Explore feature. Another ITA integration would serve up search results of flights, times and fares based on search terms and a user’s IP address. So a consumer in New York searching for beach vacations may see results for airfares to Florida or North Carolina. And a more obvious integration that is planned will surface airfare results for more specific queries like “cheap flights to Paris.” Whereas Google has already started to add flight schedules and airline routes (not from ITA); these results would include ITA’s airfare data, showing users how much each flight would cost and where you could book the flight (i.e. Delta, American Airlines etc.). Get the full story at TechCrunch