I am sitting in a rear-facing, business class seat in a commercial plane that has pushed back from the gate and is waiting for clearance to take off.
But the "business class" seats are more like comfortable lounges you might find in a casual living room - there are no armrests between, or seat pockets, or seat-back screens; just very comfortable to lie down across the seats (there were very few people in the section).
When we had pushed back from the gate, the economy seating looked quite standard, but I notice that the flight attendants have now removed all the economy seating and are setting up bunk beds by all the windows. The central seating section - which now looks much wider than in a standard airliner - has been left empty. There are no economy-class passengers on board (at this stage). End.