The realisation that most business can be conducted virtually teamed with a confusing array of testing and quarantine restrictions means many people don’t plan to resume their regular travel routines even once the coronavirus pandemic has subsided, a study by Inmarsat found.As many as 83 per cent of passengers globally are reluctant to fall back into their old travel habits and 31 per cent will travel less often by air, the survey of some 10,000 frequent fliers conducted by the London-based…


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