Air travel inefficiencies drive travelers to shun flying

Business travelers opt for alternative meetings, as the segment is the most affected by air travel woes

Oct 10, 2023

Air travelers are cutting back on two trips in the next year due to frustrations with flight cancellations and delays and airport inefficiencies, according to U.S. Travel Association.

Key takeaways

  • TSA wait times and the process of getting through security are a main source of irritation among travelers;
  • TSA security measures have been in place since 2001 following 9/11, and since then, the check-in process hasn’t materially evolved;
  • Several European markets use advanced technology that does not require the removal of shoes or belts during the security process, and some countries such as Spain and the UK have plans in place to end the ban on liquids in carry-on luggage.

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