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  • Frequent flyers turn to travel apps
  • Frequent flyers turn to travel apps
    Erik Rautine (2010) ©
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Frequent flyers turn to travel apps

How do you prefer to book your holidays? Some people stick to the classic physical brochure, while more tech-savvy travellers turn to apps. But research shows that most people are sticking to the web, with preferences varying depending on how often you’re on the move.

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