[DEFINITION] Low Cost Carriers in under 100 words... - Click Travel

So what does Low Cost Carriers (or LCC) mean? Read on for our next bitesized definition to get you up to speed with the latest business travel lingo…

LCC stands for Low-Cost Carrier, referring to a kind of airline. These are typically described as cheaper, no-frills or budget airlines. The flight types that LCCs provide are generally short haul with the majority of the bookings being made online.

By limiting the services and products they provide as standard and charging for extras, LCCs provide a cheaper type of transport compared to typical airlines. Examples of these airlines include Ryanair and EasyJet.

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