Airplane Classes – Why They Exist and How They Affect Revenue

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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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