Airbnb is a global online marketplace for short-term accommodations and tourism experiences.

It allows people to list, discover, and book unique accommodations and experiences around the world.

Airbnb's revenue comes from a variety of sources, including:

Service fees: Airbnb charges a service fee to both hosts and guests for using its platform. The service fee for hosts is 3% of the booking price, and the service fee for guests is 6-12% of the booking price.

Transaction fees: Airbnb charges a transaction fee for each booking made on its platform. The transaction fee is 2.9% + $0.30 USD.

Other fees: Airbnb charges other fees for certain services, such as cleaning fees and damage deposits.

In 2022, Airbnb's revenue was $8.4 billion, a 40% increase from 2021.

The company's net income was $1.9 billion, making 2022 its first profitable full year on a GAAP basis.

Airbnb's revenue is expected to continue to grow in the coming years, as the global travel and tourism industry recovers from the COVID-19 pandemic.

some additional details about Airbnb's revenue:

– The company's revenue is generated in over 220 countries and territories.

– The top three regions for Airbnb revenue are North America, Europe, and Asia-Pacific.

– The average Airbnb host earns $41,026 in revenue per year.

– The average Airbnb guest spends $142 per night.

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