Further findings from a poll of more than 2,000 consumers by Travelzoo shows that a quarter of Britons have noticed extra security measures when travelling this year and more than half are prepared to undergo further security checks to improve security. A third (31%) are willing to pay at least 5% more for their holidays - one in ten (10%) would pay 10% more – if it meant there was extra security when travelling abroad. When asked about the impact of recent events on their destination choice, 41% say they are now actively avoiding places affected by terrorist attacks, 34% say they are more likely to holiday in the UK, while 11% are more likely to take all-inclusive holidays in Europe to safeguard themselves against the falling value of the pound. Get the full story at Travel Weekly UK