Definition of tourist class in English:

tourist class

Pronunciation /ˈto͝orəst klas/ /ˈtʊrəst klæs/

Translate tourist class into Spanish

noun

  • The cheapest accommodations or seating for passengers in a ship, aircraft, or hotel.

    ‘like the rest of the cast he flew to Jamaica in tourist class’
    • ‘a tourist-class hotel’
    • ‘they had come tourist class from Cairo’
    • ‘Accommodation will be provided for 700 passengers - first and tourist class - and a crew of about 400.’
    • ‘Hamburg Atlantic's SS Hanseatic divided the list into the ports of debarkation; on an eastbound sailing I made in September 1963, in tourist class there were 67 passengers bound for Cherbourg, 59 for Southampton, and 780 for Cuxhaven.’
    • ‘In the early days the liners closed off the spaces dedicated to lower-class accommodations, such as tourist class, when they went cruising.’
    • ‘If you've a tourist going to immediately lie on the beach, tourist class is fine for that.’
    • ‘On ladies' or fancy dress nights in cabin or tourist class, she wore a uniform similar to the Wren Navy officers.’
    • ‘The whole point of tourist class is that it's for people who want to pay the lowest possible price - so you pack in the seats.’
    • ‘Much attention has been paid to the cases of deep vein thrombosis in aircraft passengers, supposedly especially those travelling in the more confined conditions of economy or tourist class.’
    • ‘He looked after the famous ‘Geraldo's’ ship orchestra for his first five transatlantic crossings before transferring to tourist class where he served as a waiter.’
    • ‘My only worry is that even that isn't going to beat tourist class (essentially third class) on the Spanish network, Renfe.’
    • ‘He rarely gives interviews and still travels tourist class when crisscrossing the Continent.’
    • ‘Without a doubt you get much more time and indulgence in business than tourist class.’
    • ‘Like the rest of the cast he flew to Jamaica for location filming in tourist class.’