- the class of airline coach at a lower fare than regularly offered, often restricted to late-night journeys.
Compare day coach(def 2).
Origin of night coach
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Examples from the Web for night coach
This he would not hear of, as the night-coach was on the point of starting.Recollections of a Policeman
William Russell (aka Thomas Waters)
He has informed Mrs. Wakefield that he is to take the night-coach into the country.Twice Told Tales
The night-coach by which Susan was to go, was on the point of departure.Dombey and Son
At eight o'clock the father and child were seated in the night-coach, with one other passenger,—a man muffled up to the chin.My Novel, Complete
You had better come with me by the night-coach, if you would see the last of him, young man.'Evan Harrington, Complete