A total of 16 airports are now available on Google Indoor Street View, allowing passengers to view terminal facilities before arriving at the airport.
Following the lead of Gatwick Airport, which adopted the service last month, the likes of Madrid-Barajas, Tokyo Haneda and Eindhoven airports are now included on the service.
Google Indoor Street View makes use of thousands of stitched images, which together create a panoramic map of the inside of the terminal. Passengers can use these images to plan their journey through the facility.
Announcing the new services, Ulf Spitzer, Google Street View Program Manager, said: “Now, in addition to scoping out your destination, Street View can help you cut down on the stress of travelling by giving you a preview of the journey, too. Our first efforts to map global transit locations include 16 international airports, over 50 train and subway stations, and even a cable car station in Hong Kong.”