This is what the world's most expensive flight looks like

This is what the world's most expensive flight looks like
The suite conveniently features a living room with leather double-seat sofa, two dining tables and 32-inch TV.
PHOTO: Etihad Airways

Ever wondered what it would be like to travel on the world's most expensive commercial flight? Book the ticket on Etihad Airways' latest route connecting Mumbai and New York City via Abu Dhabi.

Priced at around US$38,000 (S$52,000) one-way, the carrier's 11.6-square meter private suite dubbed The Residence is currently the most luxurious way to fly, according to Mashable.

In-flight: a bedroom with double bed and 27-inch TV.
Photo: Etihad Airways

The en suite bathroom is equipped with a full-height shower and hairdryer.
Photo: Etihad Airways

The Airbus A380 suite offers guests the luxury of a living room with leather double-seat sofa, two dining tables and 32-inch TV, a bedroom with double bed and 27-inch TV, and an en suite bathroom complete with a full-height shower and a hairdryer.

Passengers can also expect a personal butler, customised in-flight dining menu, limousine transfers and private airport lounge service.

According to Business Insider, the Etihad Residence fare from New York City to Sydney via Abu Dhabi is likely to be priced at up to $52,000 one-way, as the price varies according to taxes and currency exchange rates.

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