Upgraded Points created this infographic to discuss the financials and motives behind the different types of airplane classes — why they exist and how they affect revenue.
You’ll also discover why there’s a movement from airlines to phase out First Class, and replace with additional Business (or Premium) class seats.
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Frequently asked questions
What airlines class are the most profitable?
In terms of revenue per square foot, generally speaking, Business class is the most profitable. Followed by Premium economy, First class, and then economy.
This is likely why we continue to see a greater shift from airlines away from first class, and more towards expanded business class sections.
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