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Growth in long-haul short breaks  


Travellers are ignoring environmentalists' pleas to fly less and are taking longer flights for shorter holidays.

Last year, 3.7 million Britons spent less than a week in a far-flung destination after travelling thousands of miles by air.

A survey, by travel insurer Halifax, predicts these 'breakneck breaks' will increase by more than a third this year.

New York, Hong Kong and Rio are all high on travellers' wish lists and with the 'open skies' deal coming into force at the end of March, the trend is set to continue.


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