Business travel

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

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

Reasons for business travel[edit]

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 a congress

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Sources

  • Davidson, Rob; Cope, Beulah (2003), Business Travel: Conferences, Incentive Travel, Exhibitions, Corporate Hospitality, and Corporate Travel, Pearson Education, ISBN 9780582404441 
  • Beaverstock, Jonathan; Derudder, Ben; Faulconbridge; Witlox (2012), International Business Travel in the Global Economy, Ashgate Publishing, ISBN 9781409488439 
  • Swarbrooke, John; Horner, Susan (2012), Business Travel and Tourism, Routledge, ISBN 9781136423062