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CWT research: women book flights earlier and pay less

Press releases   •   Apr 12, 2016 20:04 GMT

​Women book their flights 1.9 days earlier than their male counterparts, according to Carlson Wagonlit Travel’s (CWT) analysis of 6.4 million air booking transactions. They therefore pay an average of around two percent less for their tickets than men.