Airlines make room for larger, more popular business-class cabins:

Over-the-top first-class treatment is still available for first-class travelers, but the number of seats is dwindling as many carriers cater to a growing demand for business-class seating. "There's been a clear trend for long-haul international flights to reduce or eliminate first-class cabins in all but the most lucrative and competitive routes," said Bryan Saltzburg, general manager of TripAdvisor Flights.

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