economy class

NOUN
  1. a class of accommodations on a ship or train or plane that are less expensive than first class accommodations
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How To Use economy class In A Sentence

  • The nonrefundable supersaver ticket in economy class includes blackout dates, limiting when you can travel and how you will get to your destination. Reposition Yourself
  • He regularly uses public transport and flies economy class.
  • Whether you have a Maruti or a BMW, the road remains the same. Whether you travel economy class or business, your destination doesn't change. Whether you have a Titan or a Rolex, the time is the same. There is nothing wrong in dreaming a luxurious life. What needs to be taken care of is not let need become greed. Because needs can always be met, but greed can never be fulfilled. Rajinikanth 
  • Round trip economy class air ticket between Hong Kong and Kota bharu on KA.
  • Roundtrip Economy class air ticket for Hong Kong and Langkawi via Kuala Lumpur MH ( E - Ticket ).
  • But Malaysia stands alone among the airlines flying here to score a marvellous five stars for its economy class long haul seating.
  • Feeling a little awkward, she proceeded to the economy class of the aircraft.
  • Roundtrip Economy class air ticket for Hong Kong and Maldives on SQ ( E - Ticket ).
  • Whether you have a Maruti or a BMW, the road remains the same. Whether you travel economy class or business, your destination doesn't change. Whether you have a Titan or a Rolex, the time is the same. There is nothing wrong in dreaming a luxurious life. What needs to be taken care of is not let need become greed. Because needs can always be met, but greed can never be fulfilled. Rajinikanth 
  • To his senior executives' chagrin, Mr McGovern always flies economy class and is proud of it.
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