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- adj. Common misspelling of reclinable.
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The seats were reclineable and came with footstools, so we could stretch out and sort of sleep.
Sleeping: Accommodation ranges from Economy, where you have a reclineable seat in a coach car and can purchase food, to "Sleeper Touring Class," which has berths that convert to bench seating during the day, as well as cabins for one, two or three people.
The flatbeat seats are standard business class specification of 20 "width pitch and can be streched out to 77" when in full reclined position, while the economy class seats have been revamped with new ergonomical, reclineable seats at 31 "pitch.