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business class in Air topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishbusiness classˈbusiness ˌclass noun [uncountable]  TTAtravelling conditions on an aircraft that are more expensive than tourist class, but not as expensive as first class economy class
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business classWhile at Stanford law school, she took a business class on entrepreneurship.Flying economy class can kill you, and business class isn't much better.All the while relaxing in one of the biggest business class seats in the business.The planes have 174 seats - 14 for first class, 30 for business class and 130 economy.Entrepreneurial, internal and finance capitalists Most of Scott's discussion focusses on the core of the business class.The core of the business class makes the important decisions about planning for the future.The business class and the establishment are not totally closed to outsiders.