“Consumers are still hesitant to pull the trigger to book a vacation on their phones," says Casey Bullock, the general manager of eCommerce, North America for Worldpay. " With small screens and long checkout forms, the mobile shopping experience isn’t as seamless as consumers want, particularly in the U.S." In Worldpay’s recent study, they found that 90% of flights were booked on desktops as compared with just 5% reserved on mobile. The study surveyed 16,000 travelers across 10 markets globally. In their study, Worldpay found that the main reason American travelers abandoned their booking was that the checkout process took too long (21%) followed by they had to enter in too much information (20%) and that they were concerned the website wasn’t secure (20%). Get the full story at Forbes and Worldpay