Contents: Foreword: business travel in the global economy, Brian Graham; International business travel and the global economy:
setting the context, Jonathan V. Beaverstock, Ben Derudder, James Faulconbridge and Frank Witlox; Part 1 Geographies and Modes
of Business Travel: A people set apart: the spatial development of airline business class services, John T. Bowen Jr; Geographies
of business air travel in Europe, Ben Derudder, Lomme Devriendt, Nathalie van Nuffel and Frank Witlox; 'Official' and 'unofficial'
measurements of international business travel to and from the United Kingdom: trends, patterns and limitations, Jonathan V.
Beaverstock and James Faulconbridge; The 'bizjet set': business aviation and the social geographies of private flight, Lucy
Budd and Phil Hubbard. Part 2 Business Travel and Mobility Regimes: Business travel and portfolios of mobility within global
companies, John Salt; Hierarchies in the air: varieties of business air travel, James Wickham and Alessandra Vecchi; 'a |Travelling,
where the opponents are': business travel and the social impacts of the new mobilities regimes, Sven Kesselring and Gerlinde
Vogl. Part 3 The Production and Meaning of Business Travel: Business travel and leisure tourism: comparative trends in a globalizing
world, Aharon Kellerman; Individual rationalities of global business travel, Claus Lassen; Understanding mobility in professional
business services, Andrew Jones; Face-to-face by travel or picture a " the relationship between travelling and video communication
in business settings, Jon Martin Denstadli and Matthias Gripsrud; Index.