Helping Wanderers Find Flights

I decided to create a flight search tool that catered to users who didn’t have a particular date or destination in mind, but rather, wanted to browse available flights narrowed down by other factors.

I chose to feature four primary filters as well as a tucked away filter option to contain the more standard filters.

  1. Origin — Where the user is based so they’re presented with flights that originate in that city (this would be the only required field)
  2. Max Price — A primary concern for most travelers
  3. Max Hours — The duration of the flight for those uninterested in spending too much time on a plane
  4. Destination Type — Ski trip or beach trip?
  5. Other Filters — For standard filters like airline, number of stops, date selector, ticket type (one way, two way, multi city), etc.

As a user select more filters, the pool of options narrows down, and once the user is satisfied, they can browse and book the flight of their choice.

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