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Business travel

Business class seats in aircraft usually provide more space and facilities than the standard class.

Business travel is travel done in the course of business or work, other than the daily commuting between home and workplace.

Reasons for business travel

The necessity to conduct business travel may have many reasons. A few are stated below:

  • Visiting customers or suppliers
  • Meetings at other company locations
  • Professional development and attending at a congress

See also





  • Davidson, Rob; Cope, Beulah (2003), Business Travel: Conferences, Incentive Travel, Exhibitions, Corporate Hospitality, and Corporate Travel,  
  • Beaverstock, Jonathan; Derudder, Ben; Faulconbridge; Witlox (2012), International Business Travel in the Global Economy, Ashgate Publishing,  
  • Swarbrooke, John; Horner, Susan (2012), Business Travel and Tourism,  
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