Bravofly: Are You a Work-Break Booker? One in Ten Brits Admits Browsing for Flights In the Lunch Hour

According to a One Poll survey commissioned by online travel retailer Bravofly a cheeky one in seven search for deals when the boss isn’t looking

Another third use their work computer to browse and book

It used to be something we spent hours agonising over...but now speedy Brits are booking flights faster than ever with one in ten choosing a trip in their lunch hour.

LONDON--()--According to new research from One Poll, commissioned by online travel retailer Bravofly (http://www.bravofly.co.uk/), ten per cent of men and women now make a reservation in their work ‘down time’.

And those living in the West Midlands and London are most likely to use their lunch hour (18 and 17 per cent respectively) to get business or personal breaks planned.

Another one in seven - 16 per cent - rush through a cheeky booking when the boss isn’t watching, with almost a third of us (30 per cent) using a company laptop to browse.

And it seems men are the sneakier sex, with more male employees admitting trawling for flights work time (20 per cent versus 12.5 per cent of women) and more than a third of blokes asked using their office computer - compared to just 27 per cent of women.

According to the research, which gathered the opinions of 500 adults across the UK, only 43 per cent of us are prepared to wait until the evening to look for the best deals, with just 22 per cent holding back until the weekend.

But it seems speed is of the essence, whenever you book.

Bravofly recently launched their own booking app (https://itunes.apple.com/gb/app/bravofly-book-low-cost-flights/id381325799?mt=8), partly in response to the news that a tech-savvy 15 cent of us make reservations from our mobile and 26 per cent use a tablet.

Our appetite for flights seems to be growing too as more than two thirds - 69 per cent - make up to five bookings a year for themselves with a third (32 per cent) splashing out £300.

Speaking about the findings, a Bravofly spokesman said: “The way people look for and book flights and other travel services is changing and our service reflects that.

“What this shows very clearly is that customers want to be able to access the best deals and prices wherever they are - and however they choose to book.

“Our new app makes it easier than ever to find the best prices and book key trips from your handset or mobile.”

To find out more about Bravofly and their new booking app please visit: https://itunes.apple.com/gb/app/bravofly-book-low-cost-flights/id381325799?mt=8

https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.digitalalliance.volagratis&hl=en

http://blog.bravofly.co.uk

http://blog.bravofly.com.au

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About Bravofly

Bravofly is a flight search platform which allows customers to compare and book with traditional and low cost airlines in just a few clicks.

Following its formation in 2006, as one of the first websites of the Bravofly Rumbo Group, it now provides a wide range of products and tourist services, including hotels and car hire.

Bravofly is available in 14 languages.

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Contacts

For Bravofly:
Matthew Kaye
press@kudos-pr.co.uk
0113 2460183

Contacts

For Bravofly:
Matthew Kaye
press@kudos-pr.co.uk
0113 2460183