The Sunshine poll isn't scientific in its conclusions, but it does point to prevalent confusion over booking techniques among even savvy travelers.
Many holidaymakers are unnecessarily shortening their trips away by making poor flight-time choices, according to a survey.
Almost four in five tourists do not take departure and arrival times into account when considering the length of trips, the poll by travel agent sunshine.co.uk found.
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