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Meaning of “economy class” in the English Dictionary

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economy classnoun [U]

the ​part of an ​aircraft with the ​cheapestseats
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economy classnoun [U]

uk   us   (also economy) TRANSPORT
the ​cheapesttype of ​airtravel, or the ​part of a ​plane where ​people who have ​booked this ​type of ​airtravel sit: fly/​travel economy ​class
economy-class
adjective [before noun]
economy-class ​passengers/​seats/​flights
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