The Google QPX Express API allows developers to access information on global airline pricing and availability. By integrating the API into their applications, developers can provide their customers with airfare pricing and shopping services. With one query, QPX Express searches airline schedules, fares, tax rules, and seat availability in order to return fully-priced, availability-checked flight options and booking information.
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The Google QPX Express API allows developers to search for real flight availability and prices and use this data into their applications. This articles shows you how to integrate Mule with the Google QPX Express API, giving your app a flight availability and price search functionality.