DOMESTIC TRAVEL PIE:
$641 billion in 2007 spending by U.S. residents.
BUSINESS TRAVEL PORTION:
$212 billion in 2007 spending.
PREMIUM AIRLINE TRAFFIC:
Global sales of high-end seats fell 22% in April, compared with same month in 2008.
Number of travelers on coach tickets rose 0.3% in April, compared with same month in 2008.
Revenue per available room — a key metric — was down 18.7% for 2009, as of May 31.
87% of execs surveyed in study say their companies to spend less on travel this year.
Analysts surveyed by Thomson Reuters expect five major U.S. carriers to post adjusted losses.
Sources compiled by The Associated Press:
U.S. Travel Association, International Air Transportation Association, American Express/CFO Research Global Business & Spending Monitor, STR Global.