TripAdvisor describes its redesign as a move to simplify what can be an enormously complicated shopping experience for those who book their own flights, as a growing number of business travelers do. A given search result will show all available flights, with fare comparisons and a breakdown, by flight segment, of amenities and services on a particular airplane. Mr. Saltzburg said: “Customers will have transparency while they’re making a booking decision between Flight A and Flight B, which might be the same cost. Are extra-legroom seats available for sale? That’s clearly indicated on the initial results page.” Other information is presented, like seat pitch, flight on-time records, and availability of Wi-Fi and in-seat power ports, as well as seatback video and TV. Search results will also display what Mr. Saltzburg calls “candid photos” taken by customers on thousands of flights. Get the full story at The New York Times