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Almost half of Indians eager to resume international travel: Amadeus

BENGALURU: Almost half of the Indian’s are willing to travel abroad within six weeks of all restrictions being lifted post the pandemic, a survey by travel technology company Amadeus showed, highlighting the importance of foreign travel in the itinerary of the people who can afford it.
The study, which included 1,000 Indians, also showed that 93% of Indian travelers would be comfortable using a digital health passport for future trips as the appetite to travel remains high. 79% of Indian travelers would be willing to store their travel health data electronically if it meant it will enable them to travel sooner, and if it enabled them to pass through the airport faster with less face-to-face interactions with others.
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