cattle class


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cattle class

n
(Aeronautics) informal a jocular name for the economy-class section of an airliner, in which passengers have little space to move
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And it looks like these cows will have to travel cattle class after causing udder confusion at a rural rail station.
Whether you're facing a night flight in cattle class or a weary train commute, it's a dream.
His cattle class remark about flying economy had rattled the nation, and he was forced by then premier Manmohan Singh to shift from a luxury hotel to a government bungalow when he became a minister.
The prospect of travelling cattle class wasn't quite what rock star - and Heat magazine hunk - lead singer Sam had in mind as he put out an appeal on Twitter before the flight for the lads to be upgraded to first class.
Australian premium dairy heifers travel cattle class to expo' [online].
HS2 is an elitist Southern dream which would be unaffordable to many of us who would still have to travel cattle class, be it Virgin or First Group.
The model's seat looked slightly bigger than the ones in cattle class, but it doesn't look like it can recline all the way backwards so it's definitely not first.
It's practically heaven in comparison to cattle class.
I hope he did not have to make an austere journey in cattle class.
Back in cattle class I've had toddlers who kicked the back of my seat for hours and grannies who gabbed from Heathrow to JFK.
Given that the cattle class is where the majority of customers will sit it's a wonder that airlines do not do more for them, and that was the idea behind Qantas' new food offering and service in economy.
PHOTO OP: IN FIRST CLASS REST OF FLIGHT: CATTLE CLASS X Factor contestants enjoy the high life in first class, while it lasts