Business-class



a class of accommodations on an airliner, usually just below first class.
Contemporary Examples

Why Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 Must Have Died Instantaneously Clive Irving March 10, 2014

Historical Examples

Makers Cory Doctorow

noun
a class of air travel which is less luxurious than first class but superior to economy class, intended for business passengers
adjective
of or relating to this class of travel

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