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Classes of Service

P

First class Premium

F

First class Jet

A

First class Discounted

Business / Executive Class

Business class is normally located directly behind the First class section of the plane.  It is designed for the business traveler.  The seats are bigger than those in coach class are and there is plenty of room to do paperwork or work on the computer.  Complimentary drinks and meals are served in this section.  Not every plane has a Business class section.  Usually, overseas and transcontinental flights will have a Business class section.

Classes of Service

J

Business class Premium

C

Business class

D

Business class Discounted

Coach / Economy Class

This is the largest section of the aircraft.  The seats in this section are narrower than those in First or Business class.  Complimentary non-alcoholic beverages and (sometimes) light meals are served.  Alcoholic beverages are sold and headsets can be rented for a fee.

Classes of Service

Y

Full coach – not restricted

B

Coach class – (usually) not restricted

M

Restricted Coach class

H

Q

K

L

Airlines differ in the use of booking codes to define their fare structure.  The booking class indicates whether the fare is discounted or not.

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Concepts and TerminologyConfidential, TRX Inc.7 November 2007

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