OAG: 70% of US travellers believe vaccine passports should be required for international travel

    OAG released (13-Sep-2021) the results of a survey of over 1800 US travellers conducted in Jul-2021 and Aug-2021. Key findings include:

    • 70% of all respondents believe vaccine passports should be required for international travel;
    • 68% of all respondents are either interested in or want domestic vaccine passports;
    • 56% of unvaccinated respondents said they would not get vaccinated even if the airline, airport or destination required it to travel;
    • 15% of unvaccinated respondents plan to get vaccinated before their next trip;
    • Of the 30% of respondents who have not booked future flights:
      • 40% are waiting for vaccination rates and regulations to improve;
      • 30% are waiting for vaccine passports to be required;
    • 62% of business travellers said their company is planning air travel in the next 12 months, with 38% saying their company either has no plans or unspecified plans;
    • Of the 38% of respondents who typically travel for the holidays:
      • 40% did so in 2020;
      • 85% intend to do so in 2021;
    • 88% of all respondents expect ticket prices to rise in the next 12 months. [more – original PR]
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