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In fact, first-class cabins have been shrinking for two decades at least, under pressure from an increasingly competitive, price-focused global airline industry and the changing demographics of flying.
MPs are still allowed to travel first-class if the cost of the ticket is cheaper than the standard-class 'walk-on' fare.
Expenses data for 2015-16 shows 4,587 of the 22,738 claims made by politicians for rail travel in the period were for first-class tickets, costing a total of PS417,360.
Expenses data for 2015-16 shows 4,587 of the 22,738 claims made by politicians for rail travel in 2015-16 were for first-class tickets, costing a total of PS417,360.
The new first-class cabin is expected to unveil this year and it will be more commercially viable for passengers as the pricing will be almost the same," Shaikh Majid Al Mualla, Emirates' divisional senior vice-president of commercial operations for the region, told reporters in Dubai.
The airline, which provided one daily flight between Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport and London's Heathrow Airport, has closed selling first-class tickets on flights leaving beyond late October.
The changes will see Sri Lanka's first-class tournament reduced from 20 clubs to 10 by the 2014/15 season, with a focus of making the first-class tournament a province-based one, according to Ranjan Paranavithana, who is the coach of the first-class team Badureliya Sports Club.
According to documents released under the Freedom of Information Act, director general Mark Thompson has taken 12 first-class and five standard-fare train journeys in the last three years.
It said the Southeastern rail company was charging 30% more for a single first-class ticket on the high-speed route from London to Dover Priory, which had no first-class seating.
Voters are reminded that if they plan to mail in a ballot for the May 19 election, it needs to have a First-Class postage stamp.
A common-sense proposal from the Postal Regulatory Commission would make available a so-called "forever stamp" that would end the necessity of adding 1-, 2- or 3-cent stamps to old first-class stamps every time rates increase.