by Rob Hard
Friday February 06 2009

Although fewer airline seats are allotted for first class and business class travel, these seats account for a significant increase in revenue for airlines vs. other classes of airline seats. This, according to statistics provided by the International Air Transport Association.

And during an economic environment when corporate travel budgets are being scrutinized internally and externally — especially by the government, it’s important to remember that ongoing criticism of business class travel could have an impact on both business and leisure ticket prices.

Learn more about business class travel airline revenue by geographic region around the world.