A great majority (91%) of travelers would be comfortable using digital health passports to help restart travel, according to new Amadeus-commissioned traveler research. The study, commissioned by Amadeus and delivered by Censuswide, provides encouraging news for the industry, with 41% of travelers keen to book international travel within six weeks of restrictions being lifted. The survey of 9,055 travelers in France, Spain, Germany, India, United Arab Emirates, Russia, Singapore, UK and US also contained a note of caution for the industry, with over 9 in 10 (93%) travelers having some concerns around how their health data for travel would be stored. In other findings: 74% said  they would be willing to store their travel health data electronically if it enabled them to pass through the airport faster with fewer face-to-face interactions; 72% would be willing to store their travel health data electronically if it enabled them to travel to more destinations;  68% agreed they would be more likely to share their health data if the airlines they most frequently travel with offered a way to store their travel health data. Decius Valmorbida, president, travel, for Amadeus, said that research like this reinforces his optimism that the industry will build back travel better than before. Collaboration across governments and the industry is the key to restarting travel, he said, “as we deliver on traveler expectations outlined in this Rebuild Travel digital health survey, deploying the right technology to enable a truly connected and contactless journey.”