business class meaning

  "business class" in a sentence
n. [u]

If you fly business class on a plane, you sit in a more comfortable and more expensive section of the plane than tourist/economy class.

NOTE first class is the most expensive.

[Business]
noun [U]

the part of a plane, etc. where passengers have a very high level of comfort and service, designed for people travelling on business:

There were no seats available in business class.

business class adverb:

I always fly business class.

ECONOMY CLASS, FIRST CLASS

Examples

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