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Planes. Women travel more and alone

According to a survey whose results have been diffused by British Airways

With word on the runway from British Airways’ cabin crew that there had been a rise in the number of independent female passengers, the airline has released the "Global Solo Travel Study" into the who, what and why of the trend across the world, and to understand which locations are the most tempting for true escapism.The BA Global Solo Travel Study of almost 9,000 18-64 year olds across UK, US, F...

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