LH748 wrote:We're all familiar with Y being economy class, J being business class and F being first class but although F makes perfect sense to me, I never quite understood the logic behind the other letters.
Can someone explain this to me?
usdcaguy wrote:You have to wonder if "Y" became jet coach class because it's located in the middle of the keyboard and thus easy to use. "J" is also easy to access. Classes like "X", "W", "O" and "N" are newer classes for many carriers, and these happen to be less convenient to access on the keyboard relative to other keys.
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