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DUBAI: Etihad Airways, the UAE’s flag carrier, on Friday introduced a London-Melbourne round trip ticket costing more than $80,000.
The carrier offers passengers travel in a luxury three-room suite aboard its Airbus A380 named “The Residence.”
The plane, described as a “penthouse in the sky,” has all the amenities of a five-star hotel.
The 125 square foot suite was available for single or double occupancy with its own Savoy-trained butler and onboard chef.
It is equipped with a flat double bed instead of confining seats as well as a bathroom where guests may freshen up. The living room has a 32-inch flat screen LCD TV, as well as two fold-away dining tables and a leather double sofa.
“The Residence” makes one stop in Abu Dhabi, where Etihad’s customers are ushered into the first class lounge.
The ticket cost includes private transfer to and from the airport, separate check-in, VIP lounge and a personal travel concierge able to book tickets to sporting event or a concert and reserve a table at a restaurant.
The price is about $4,500 more than the previous most expensive ticket - a return journey in the Residence from New York to Mumbai.
The Airbus A380 with “The Residence” on board was launched at the end of 2014 together with Etihad’s revamped first and business class and an upgraded economy cabin.