Business Travellers Willing to Fly Less, Says New Report

A Transport & Environment survey of over 2,500 employees across the UK, US, France, Germany and Spain found that three in five business travelers have curbed their flying habits as a result of the pandemic, reports BTN Europe.

74 per cent said businesses must set corporate flying reduction targets and that these must be part of travel policy in order to combat climate change.

62 per cent of respondents who report needing to fly for work said they have curbed their flying habits compared to pre-pandemic levels, while 72 per cent of respondents are saying they are willing to take fewer flights for internal meetings.

67 per cent of the respondents are willing to plan more local meetings, rather than global meetings, to reduce long-haul flights.

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