There are ironies in where Google Travel finds itself. Holden believes that one of the key differentiators in Google’s two most prominent travel products is their speed in returning flight and hotel search results. Yet Holden acknowledges that there are content gaps in both products, and Google is therefore focused behind the scenes on the not-so-glamorous task of notching new airline and hotel partnerships around the world at what some critics might view as a plodding pace. But, Holden isn’t in a hurry, observing that “we’ve had 14 years of working on search and AdWords. We are getting started” in travel. Although there currently are hints of integrating Google’s disparate travel offerings, you can definitely expect more of that in the future, particularly through search. Read the interview at Skift