If you type “Delta 1262” (or another valid flight number, they change frequently) into the Google search bar, you should get a result similar to this:
If you have any concerns about storing your data in the cloud, you can use a cloud backup service like cloudHQ to protect and back up your important data. CloudHQ can also sync your legal documents from Google Drive to Dropbox for easy sharing.
For more professional Google uses, please check out this informative Google Guide.
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