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For example, I want to travel from London to New York. My dates are flexible departure(July) and return(September).

I want my output to be the dates for which I'll get the cheapest flight (instead of manually trying out multiple options on Skyscanner or any other flight search website)

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    Try matrix.itasoftware.com ; also many airlines offer similar searches. – Aganju Jan 21 at 0:15
  • Also skyscanner can do this .. you have tons of options – Ivan Jan 21 at 10:36
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This seems to be a pretty common feature. For Expedia, for instance, you can choose "Show flexible dates". Google Flights also has it under "Date Grid". It doesn't to show time of day, however, so searching for the lowest fare will likely get you a lot of red-eye and such.

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Beat That Flight (my site), has this feature which I term Flexisearch, eg:

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For Australian based users, at least, it also does this focusing on popular routes.

Example: Melbourne to Tokyo:

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