About a year ago, Google launched an experimental feature that highlighted fares to destinations in a given region on a map. Starting today, it is rolling this into the main Flight Search interface. Say you are looking for a trip to the Caribbean and are pretty flexible about where you want to go. With this feature, you just zoom in on the map and see what flights to the different islands would cost you. Maybe flights to St. Martin are pricey right now, but thanks to the vagaries of airline pricing, a trip to Aruba is significantly cheaper. One nice aspect of this search is that you can still filter by price, flight duration, airline alliance and number of stops. If you have a specific region or country in mind, you can also use the standard Google Flight Search engine and use them as your destination instead of a specific city or airport. If you have absolutely no idea where you want to go and just need some inspiration, the Flight Search map also features an “I’m Feeling Lucky” button — just like the Google Search of yesteryear. Just give it a price or time limit and it’ll suggest a destination for you. Get the full story at TechCrunch