The accepted wisdom is that business travel will rebound as soon as the economy does. But according to a new survey of frequent business travelers, the equation may not be that simple. More than 80 percent of the frequent travelers who completed a May 2002 survey said that, on average, 24 percent of their air travel reductions would be permanent. The survey was conducted by the Business Travel Consortium, a Radnor, Pa., organization seeking to influence policy on issues affecting business ...

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