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Each fourth will change travel behaviour

Fewer planes, less for feeding a family and more Danish summer. It may very well be the main ingredients in several residents ' vacation plans, when coronakrisen even finish.

In a new survey by Kantar Gallup has made for Gjensidige Insurance and Gouda travel Insurance, the equivalent of every four respondents namely 'yes' to, that the epidemic has caused them to 'consider whether they need to change travel behaviour going forward' - also after the situation is normalized again.

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The 1025 danes, as Kantar Gallup has asked, not, however, only allowed to answer yes. They must also mention what they have considered to change on, and here is 16 percent, that they will keep more holidays in Denmark. Eight percent will fly less, and six percent are considering to choose vacations that are not a burden on the climate.

Gjensidige Insurance and Gouda travel Insurance refers to the study in a joint press release, where the director in the latter company also points to a possible cause.

- When the crisis occurred, was the accompanying uncertainty a great many danes to take their lives up for reconsideration, and the study shows that it also has meant thoughts on vacations and travel around the world, " says director Dan Kjølhede Laursen in a press release.

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however, It is still a minority among the danes, who are considering putting future holidays on. Just under two-thirds of the respondents corresponds no to Kantar Gallups questions, while 15 percent is equal 'do not know'.

It is especially the youngest participants in the studies, which do not have any plans to change travel behaviour after coronakrisen. Among the 18 to 29-year-old equivalent of 69 percent ' no ' to Kantar Gallups questions, while it is only 43 percent among the respondents over 60 years of age, who has not taken their travel behaviour into consideration.

Coronakrisen has scored more than every fifth participant over the age of 60 to consider to keep more holidays in Denmark, while 11 percent will stick to destinations where there are not so many people.

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