Battle is on among U.S. airlines for premium-class fliers

05/30/2013 | Bloomberg Businessweek

Carriers in the U.S. are vying for business-class fliers by offering upscale amenities because premium-class fliers bring in a large portion of carriers' revenue. Michael Boyd, chairman of consultant Boyd Group International, said that premium fliers make up about 75% of revenue on flights across the country.

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