is a luxury travel class
on some airliners that exceeds business class
, premium economy
, and economy class
. On a passenger jetliner, first class
refers to a limited number (rarely more than 16) of seats or cabins located in the front of the aircraft which are notable for their comfort, service, and privacy. Propeller airliners occasionally have first class in the rear.
First Class seats vary from large reclining seats with more legroom and width than other classes to suites with a fully reclining seat, workstation and TV surrounded by privacy dividers. International First Class seats usually have between 147 – 239 cm (58 – 94 inches) of seat pitch
and between 48 – 89 cm (19 – 35 inches) of width while domestic flights may have between 86 – 173 cm (34 – 68 inches) of pitch and between 46 – 56 cm (18 – 22 inches) in width. Some airlines have First Class seats which allow passengers to let 1 guest sit for a short while face-to-face with the occupant of the cabin.
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. Normally AVOD
(AudioVisual On Demand) entertainment is offered, although sometimes normal films, television programs and interactive games are provided on medium-large seat-back... Read More