“I’m on a two-week journey to Colorado to visit my mother in California.
I’m on my way to Seattle for the first time.
I am on a plane that’s going to be on the ground in California for the next few days.
I’ll be out in California the week after.”
The last thing I want to do is be stuck on a flight that’s coming to me from somewhere else.
“It’s not just me.
A recent study conducted by the airline industry research firm Accenture showed that a third of all passengers surveyed said they’d prefer to have their flight to another country on their own rather than being on a scheduled flight.
The average cost of the trip is more than $50.
A third of passengers surveyed were happy to fly to a third country if they were on a previous flight.
More:The study also found that while more than a quarter of American travellers said they were interested in flying to Canada or Australia, they’d rather have their own plane than have a flight to a second country.
And while the United States still dominates the international travel market, more people are choosing to fly out of the US than to Canada and Australia, according to a 2015 report by PricewaterhouseCoopers.
According to the study, over the last 10 years, the number of international travellers has fallen by 17.4 percent.
The decline has been driven largely by the introduction of cheaper carriers in Europe, as well as the shift away from commercial airlines to services like Airbnb.