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All that you should know about Business Class Airline

There are many international airlines and cheap domestic flights in the world that offer different levels of service for the same air flights at a range of airline prices. There are three most common classes of service that almost all the airlines offer – First Class, Business Class and Coach Class (or Economy Class). As the name goes, business class is one of the high levels of service provided to passengers who want to travel in comfort and luxury by paying a good amount of money. The air tickets for business class flights are more expensive than coach class but less expensive than first class. However, in most of the airlines the highest level of service is only that of business class.

In 1979, it was an Australian carrier Qantas that became the first airways to introduce business class seats. The KLM introduced a Full Fare Facilities service (FFF) in 1974 for its full fare Coach Class passengers, which was a precursor to what is now Business Class. Later, the Scandinavian Airlines System or SAS (now Scandinavian Airlines), the flag carrier of Denmark, Norway and Sweden, and the largest airline in Scandinavia, introduced EuroClass on 1st November 1981. In the EuroClass there was a separate cabin, dedicated check-in counters and lounges for full-fare passengers. The introduction of EuroClass finally resulted in the disappearance of the first class for the European fleet of SAS. “Executive Class” is the term which Air Canada has given to its domestic business class product, which evolved from a premium economy “Connoisseur Class” that was available for full fare paying economy passengers. In the US, it is only on intercontinental and long-haul flights, including certain transcontinental flights, that the business class is usually offered.

When you buy airline tickets for business flights you’ll be required to pay more than what is normally paid for coach class flights. But the money you paid for traveling in business class airlines is worth it as you’ll be provided with several amenities that you won’t ever get when traveling in coach class. Business class passengers avail the facilities of priority check-in and boarding, along with access to separate lounges that offer showers, breakfast and other services that come with business class tickets.

Besides priority services, you can avail cheap flight deals by getting business class discounts if you are planning to travel by business class flights. The business class seats are larger, comfortable and have more legroom than seats in coach class. Airlines provide excellent entertainment facilities for business passengers. In most of the airlines, business class cabins are equipped with noise-reduction headsets and personal media players with a seven-inch touch screen for passengers, which provide them a choice of about 20 movies, 20 TV programs, 40 CDs or video games. The passengers can also choose their own meals and wines. Inexpensive flight tickets for business flights can also be availed by passengers.
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