Brits can’t survive flights without gadgets

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Nearly half of British travellers say gadgets are essential on a flight, according to a recent poll by HolidayExtras.com.

Forty-eight per cent of holidaymakers told the add-ons provider that they can’t survive a flight without a Kindle, iPad, mp3 player, Nintendo DS, laptop or DVD player. A further third (33 per cent) wouldn’t hop on board without a book or magazine.

Men, perhaps surprisingly, are happier than women to relax and chat on a plane without the need for entertainment, at 23 per cent compared to just 15 per cent of women (19 per cent overall).

The survey also reveals that over a third of travellers (34 per cent) want to see inflight films as standard on short-haul flights, along with cartoons for children (10 per cent) and music videos (6 per cent).

However, half of those polled (50 per cent) do not think inflight entertainment is necessary anymore.

 

 

 

 

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