Not showing any signs of slowing up following their recent spate of activity, Bing have announced the launch of an airport maps feature for Bing Maps, according to an article published by TechCrunch.

Currently launching to display maps for 42 airports located across America, the feature is expected to expand to encompass other airports over time.

Users will be able to find the maps simply by searching either the name of the airport, the city the airport is located in, or the airport’s code in Bing’s search bar.

The airport maps will also provide a useful link allowing users to send the map across to a mobile device.

Displaying the locations of terminals, toilets, check-in counters, baggage claim areas, information desks and shops – as well as other features – airport maps is expected to provide users with useful information during what can be a quite stressful experience.

Currently lagging behind Google in the search engine stakes, Bing’s recent introduction of a number of innovative new features – such as Adaptive Search, a feature that could potentially affect search engine marketing – could see them gain ground.

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