We know that you can do flexible search for multiple destinations for a specific date with a fixed source airport. For example, if you want to fly somewhere for a weekend from London, but don't care where exactly and want to see the prices, you can use either Google Flights or SkyScanner, type "Europe" as a destination and see the possible destinations and prices.

Is it possible to do the same search with fixed destination airport? What I mean is that I want to be in Heathrow on 1st, and I want to know from which airport around Europe it would be the cheapest to fly there on this particular date? So kind of "Europe" - > "LHR" search?

Edit: I know it is possible to do broad search from a source airport to multiple destinations. However I'm looking for the opposite - a search from many origins spawning multiple countries to one specific destination airport.

To be very specific: I want to type in "Europe" into the origin (not the "list of a few airports)", and "SFO" into the destination (not the "USA"), and see the flights with prices for the particular date.

Neither Kayar, nor ITA Matrix, nor Skyscanner, nor Google Flights seem to allow that.

  • You can certainly do "Country" to destination on skyscanner
    – Karlson
    Aug 16, 2016 at 20:56
  • Europe is really quite large. I'm not sure that such a search would make sense in a lot of cases. Aug 16, 2016 at 21:01
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    @Karlson, I already know that. I need to enter "Multiple Counties" as origin, and the destination is a fixed airport.
    – George Y.
    Aug 16, 2016 at 21:09
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    ITA Matrix allows for searching from all airports within a radius (e.g. 500 miles) of a starting point. Aug 16, 2016 at 22:03
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    So if you create a list of the main intercontinental airports in the area you are interested it, you can already do a search that's probably too broad for your own good ;) An additional benefit is that this solution is broad yet flexible: you could add Istanbul and ignore Helsinki, etc.
    – Relaxed
    Aug 16, 2016 at 22:20


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