Business Travelers Unfazed by Terrorism Attempt, Survey Says

The attempted bombing of an Amsterdam-to-Detroit flight on Christmas Day is not keeping business travelers on the ground, according to a just-released survey of 152 travel managers by the National Business Travel Association. The vast majority of respondents—81 percent—said they would not cut back on air travel as a response to the attack, and only 2 percent said they would reduce their international business travel.

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