This Is The Most Expensive First Class Ticket Being Sold From A US Airport. Here Are The Perks


Of course pampering and relaxing are a focus of the First Apartment suites, and a lit-vanity section helps guests to arrive feeling freshRead more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/travel/travel_news/article-3355780/A-private-suite-lie-flat-bed-spa-style-showers-lounge-s-REALLY-like-fly-Etihad-s-new-A380-Apartments.html#ixzz4hncJneS1 Follow us: @MailOnline on Twitter | DailyMail on Facebook CRedits: Etihad
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Welcome to the penthouse in the sky. If the first class comfort of an airline wasn’t enough, there is a three room suite on an airplane that you can treat yourself with, now. Etihad’s Airbus A380 aircraft provides two options, one The Residence and two: First Apartments. The First Apartments offer the privacy of their own compartment with a bed, a vanity mirror and sofa facing a 24 inch TV, for £2,500 or $3,250 a ticket, one way.

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Etihad’s Airbus A380 aircraft lounge for First Apartments
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The private living spaces provide Poltrona Frau leather ottoman, which can be used for entertaining, or converted into an 81-inch lay-flat bed
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And forget tiny capsule beds with you very own sections, close them and enjoy complete privacy
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First Apartment suites offer lit-vanity section inside the bedroom area for feeling fresh.
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Forget cramped plane bathrooms, the first class bathroom provides hot water showers for about five minutes, with the spa experience.
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The lobby lounge available to enjoy the downtime. 
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The top deck suite called “The Residence” offers 125 square feet in total with three rooms, which includes a bedroom with a double bed, a private shower, and a living room. The bathroom shower experience stocked with spa products is an experience in itself. The lounge area provides the experience of a home theatre with a giant 32 in flatscreen TV. The Residence comes at the cost of $32,000 (£21,206) ticket on a New York to Abu Dhabi flight. The one-way ticket would cost you a $22,000 for two people. There is also a butler that caters to all your needs onboard.

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Etihad’s The Residence comprises of a living room, with a double bedroom and en-suite shower for the luxury experience of a lifetime. 
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A personal Chef and a butler to cater all your gourmet or otherwise needs.
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The Residence provides an en-suite shower room;  however, the showers can be used only once during each flight.
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The living room offers a Poltrona Frau leather sofa with a retractable ottoman, two dining tables, 32-inch flat screen TV and a mini-bar. 
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