A recent Google flight from Toronto to Toronto was an unexpected surprise for some people.
The search giant is known for its frequent flights, but when a Google search for “Toronto” turned up a Toronto flight that was advertised as “Google to Toronto” the search engine company decided to add the trip to its list of Canadian destinations.
The Google toToronto flight is one of dozens of flights offered through the company’s website that include flights to Toronto from other cities, but Google has not made any public announcements about the flights, or how they are booked.
Google does not appear to be advertising on its own sites.
The Toronto Star reported that Google’s Toronto toToronto flights were booked in the summer of 2015.
The Toronto Star wrote that Google is advertising a flight to Toronto for $1,250.
It was not clear if Google was making the flights as part of its advertising efforts, or if it had purchased the flights.
Google is not the only company to advertise flights to other cities through its website.
In July 2015, for example, Google posted a flight itinerary from Denver to Chicago, listing stops in Chicago, Boston, New York, Los Angeles, Washington, D.C., San Francisco, Denver, Denver International Airport, San Diego, Denver’s Olympic Stadium, Chicago, Minneapolis, Nashville, Atlanta, Atlanta International Airport and Portland, Ore.
Google said the itinerary was for a single trip to Denver.
The Denver International airport’s website is still up today.
The website also shows a flight from Denver International to Portland, Oregon.
The Canadian Press reported in August 2015 that Google was promoting the Denver to Portland flight as part, in part, of its marketing campaign for the city.
Google has since removed the flight listing.
The travel agent on Google toDenver also posted a post on its website that advertised the flight to Denver on July 26, 2015.
A flight from Montreal to Denver was advertised on Google on June 28, 2015, as well as the trip from Montreal on July 25.
The company did not respond to the Star’s request for comment.
Google does not show ads for its flights, which can be purchased from Google’s own website.
Google has a large list of Canada-based destinations, including Canada, the United Kingdom, United States, Australia, Singapore, Malaysia, and Mexico.
The company’s Toronto-based flights are often the first flights offered to Canadians.
Google’s Toronto flights are one of the most popular with Canadian travellers, according to an analysis by travel agency Ctrip, which found that the company was offering Toronto to Montreal and Toronto to Vancouver as Canadian destinations on its Google toCanada page.
Ctrip also reported that more than 10 million Canadians have visited Google’s site to Toronto since 2015.
Google also offers a flight list for the United States and Canada.
Google said in an emailed statement that Google toMontreal and Toronto were the only two routes in Canada offered on its Canadian toCanada website.
The flight booking and flight availability for Google toLondon is not available on the website.