More people jetting off to combat stress
Missing a pay rise, a big row or just bad traffic all make us feel like going for a quick getaway, a survey shows.
More people are flying off on an impulse as they decide to "live for now".
A fifth told STA Travel they had booked to end an affair, two-thirds were bored or envied others' holiday snaps and half said life was stressful.
"It's as if we've all taken stock of our lives over the summer and, with autumn on the horizon, many decide to shake things up," the Daily Express quoted STA's Natalie Placko as saying