TITLE 41 - PUBLIC CONTRACTS AND PROPERTY MANAGEMENT
SUBTITLE F - FEDERAL TRAVEL REGULATION SYSTEM
CHAPTER 301 - TEMPORARY DUTY (TDY) TRAVEL ALLOWANCES
SUBCHAPTER B - ALLOWABLE TRAVEL EXPENSES
PART 301 - 10 - TRANSPORTATION EXPENSES
subpart b - COMMON CARRIER TRANSPORTATION
301 - 10.121 - What classes of airline accommodations are available?
The following classes of air accommodations are available: (a) Coach-class. The basic class of accommodations offered to travelers regardless of fare paid. The terms tourist or economy-class are sometimes used for this class of accommodation. When authorizing this class of accommodation, use of the contract city-pair fare is mandatory.
(b) Business-class. A premium-class of accommodation offered by the airlines that is higher than coach and lower than first class, in both cost and amenities. This class of accommodation is generally referred to as business, business elite, business first, world business, connoisseur, or envoy depending on the airline. Not all city-pair fares are available in business-class, and even when use of business-class is authorized, the use of business-class city-pair fares is optional. This class of service may only be authorized in accordance with the provisions of 30110.124 of this part.
(c) First-class. Generally, the highest class of accommodation offered by the airlines in terms of both cost and amenities and termed first-class by the airlines and any reservation system. This class of accommodation may only be authorized in accordance with the provisions of 30110.123 of this part. There are no contract city-pair fares for this class of accommodation.
(d) Single-class. This term applies when an airline offers only one class of accommodations to all travelers.
[FTR Amdt. 200503, 70 FR 28460, May 18, 2005]