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People missing queuing at airports

People are missing the most mundane elements of travel - including queuing.

A new study has revealed nearly two thirds of people (63 per cent) have confessed they would much rather wait three hours in a security line at the airport then have to stay indoors for the rest of 2020.

The survey, commissioned by Apple Vacations, of 2000 adults revealed that over half (53 per cent) even missed being able to experience flight delays or waiting to claim their baggage.

And it is our wanderlust that is giving us "quarantine fatigue" with 56 per cent of people admitting that as the biggest contributing factor to the isolation stress.

Michael Lowery, Senior Vice President and General Manager of AppleVacations.com, said: "After months of isolation at home, we are finding that people are ready to start traveling again as long as they feel that destinations and travel partners are prioritising health and safety. Traveling is evolving and changing with the times. While it may not look similar to what it once was, the future is bright and people are looking forward to getting away and enjoying their time together."

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