Latin, literally 'peace'.
noun (plural same)
(Chiefly in commercial use) a person or persons: the buffet costs $53 per pax two pilots and four pax on board
More example sentences
- Located at Lobby level, it can accommodate 14 pax in Sit down Silver Service.
- Jacksonville to Oceana was a deadhead leg (no pax or cargo).
- The Super King Air 200 holds up to 10 pax.
1970s: apparently an alteration of pass- (from passenger).