A recent FlightView survey of more than 900 business travelers who fly at least once a month revealed, that nearly 55 percent of those who had not used smartphones to book indicated it's "too hard to enter all of the required information on a smaller device." Others expressed concerns regarding security and transaction dependability. Speaking to the desire among some to use a larger screen for transactions, the number of respondents who have booked a flight on a tablet was nearly 10 percentage points higher than those who have used a smartphone. Furthermore, more than half of respondents indicated they'd "rather use a laptop or desktop" computer than a mobile device for purchasing airfares. Meanwhile, FlightView suggested that "airlines are missing a major opportunity to drive more ancillary revenue from business travelers." Get the full story at Business Travel News