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first_img RelatedGreater number of Brits book holidays onlineMore Brits are choosing to book their forthcoming holidays online because it offers dynamic pricingBrits continue to book flights despite environmental concernsBrits are continuing to book flights despite having environmental concerns, new research has revealed.Growth of online flight bookings outpaces growth of traditional methodsThe number of people choosing to book flights online continues to outpace the growth of traditional methods More people are choosing to book their flights online because they don’t trust traditional travel brochures, a new survey has revealed.A poll of 1,250 adults by webTV travel site Holiday ’09 revealed that more Brits are turning to booking holidays online in an attempt to discover lower prices amid the current economic turmoil.The findings suggest that six out of ten Brits don’t trust travel agent brochures anymore, while half of respondents said they would be seeking advice on how to get the best deal on their 2009 holiday.Commenting on the findings, Ceriann Mullins, editor of holiday ’09, said: “It’s clear that following recent events in the industry and the global economy that customers want reassurance from travel companies, placing openness, transparency and interactivity higher up their decision making process.”Recent reports suggest that booking flights online is causing many package holiday operators to struggle, with some twelve million travellers choosing to book their own packages online.Skyscanner.net said in September that it had reported a 35 percent rise in visitor numbers over 12 months as more people researched into booking flights on the internet.Get Skyscanner Widgets! ReturnOne wayMulti-cityFromAdd nearby airports ToAdd nearby airportsDepart14/08/2019Return21/08/2019Cabin Class & Travellers1 adult, EconomyDirect flights onlySearch flights Maplast_img

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