Airlines on Google Earth With

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Airlines are more and more finding their way to the popular Google Earth program of Google. They see great advantage in displaying flight destinations and points of interest to their travellers.

After KLM, which recently released their KLM GlobeAssistant for Google Earth, other airlines have shown their interest in their own GlobeAssistant for Google Earth.

It's an easy to use tool to show flight destinations with corresponding airfares to travellers who are planning their holiday or business trip. KLM has used the EarthConnector of GlobeAssistant to not only display destinations, but also integrated Google Earth directly with their booking engine. This makes it possible to book the flight directly simply by selecting the airport of your choice. Next steps are to show real-time flight information and possible flight delays; making Google Earth not only a travel planning tool, but also a travel news dashboard.

Using the EarhConnector of GlobeAssistant, airlines are completely Google Earth (& Maps) enabled in just a couple of days. Advanced possibilities like search for the lowest rate and integration with frequent flyer programs are already available in the EarthConnector.

About GlobeAssistant: GlobeAssistant is a world leading company that implements Google Earth business applications for the travel, real estate, classifieds and government industry. It uses their standardized EarthConnector software technology provided as a on line service to rapidly create advanced Google Earth solutions. More information on

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