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So much for joining the mile-high club.
A survey released last week revealed that 38 percent of Americans would be willing to give up sex for a year just to be able to travel again.
Trivago, the travel search engine, reported that 48 percent of those polled would quit their jobs, and 20 percent said they would leave their current partner just to fly away.
The report did not indicate what exactly is defined as “sex.” (Where’s Bill Clinton when you need him?)
The travel and hotel industries have been among the most impacted by the coronavirus outbreak. Expedia, another travel website, said its revenue sank 57 percent last year, and its bookings fell 66 percent. Peter Kern, the CEO of the company, told GeekWire that he sees signs of hope with the vaccine rollout and hospitalizations decreasing.
“As a result, Q4 did not show any real sequential progress other than some signs of modest improvement around the holidays that carried into the early part of 2021,” he said in a statement.

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