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British travellers don’t want to fly more than six hours

In a recent study, the results revealed that Britons don’t like flying for more than six hours.

A poll of nearly 2,500 people found that two thirds take into account the duration of a flight before buying their ticket, meaning the duration of flights hugely influences their final destination choice.

According to the poll by Jetcost, the maximum flight time averaged out at six hours and 11 minutes, which of course rules out trips to South-east Asia and the west coast of America, and Australia among others.

Jetcost also polled 250 each from Germany, France, Italy and Spain and found that they are more likely to travel for longer. Germans were willing travel up to 15 and a half hours, whereas Italians were less patient than the Brits and would only travel for four hours.

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