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Economy Class

Economy Class

Economy Class passengers usually have at least one lavatory reserved for their exclusive use, with more than one on larger planes. Business and First Class passengers are not normally permitted into the First Class cabin. Economy Class seats in airlines may have facilities akin to a 5-star hotel such as a mini-bar. Some airlines (like Emirates) offer Economy Class passengers complimentary limousine service and usually have special check-in and security zones at the airport while some airlines operate private terminals.

Business Class

Business Class

Airlines began separating full-fare and discounted economy class passengers in the late 1970s. Long haul business class seats are substantially different from economy class seats and many airlines have installed "lie flat" seats into business class, whereas previously seats with such a recline were only available in international first class. Business class has started to disappear from some short/medium haul routes, to be replaced with full fare economy and discount economy (KLM and SAS). Most low-cost carriers, such as Ryanair in Europe and JetBlue in the United States, do not offer any premium classes of service.

First Class

First Class

First Class passengers usually have at least one lavatory reserved for their exclusive use, with more than one on larger planes. Business and Economy Class passengers are not normally permitted into the First Class cabin. First Class seats in airlines may have facilities akin to a 5-star hotel such as a mini-bar. Some airlines (like Emirates) offer First Class passengers complimentary limousine service and usually have special check-in and security zones at the airport while some airlines operate private terminals.