10 of the Most Expensive First Class Airline Seats of 2015

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Airline companies today are striving to provide the best possible service to their customers. Not only do they employ great cabin crews, but they also boast luxurious amenities to ensure the comfort of all passengers.

But, apart from cozy beds, fine leather sofas, and state-of-the-art equipment, airline companies, what else do you think they boast? Find out the answers below:

Singapore Airlines

Singapore to Seoul: $1,593

With the first class seat of Singapore Airlines, passengers get the chance to experience exclusivity. Inside this luxurious cabin, there are only eight seats.

Window Seat

Asiana Airlines

Seoul to New York: $4,073

The first class suite of Asiana Airlines offers in-flight privacy with two sliding doors, full-flat bed, and 32-inch HD personal monitor.

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All Nippon Airways First Square

Tokyo to Los Angeles: $9,640

The first square of All Nippon Airways offers privacy to their patrons with a cocktail table, large dining table, LCD monitor, do not disturb light, international telephone, USB port, and jacket and shoes storage.

Qatar Airways

Riyadh to Doha: $684

Qatar First Class boasts world class personal service with four celebrity chefs collaborating exclusively with the airline to create unique and diverse menu. Aside from pure fine dining, the airline also have almost all sorts of entertainments.

Qantas Airlines

Melbourne to Dubai: $5037

The first class cabin of Qantas Airlines offers touchscreen LCD panels, noise-cancelling headphones, and dressers for storing clothes.

 

Lufthansa

Frankfurt to Johannesburg: $5,520

The First Class cabin of Lufthansa offers excellent-quality flat bed, sumptuous cuisine and much more. Also, every passenger receives an exclusive amenity kit.

Etihad Airways

Dubai to Mumbai: $911

The Diamond First cabin of Etihad Airways has sliding doors for complete privacy, personal mini-bar- built-in massage, cozy blankets, full-sized pillows, delicious food choices, and personal wardrobe.

Emirates Airlines

Auckland to Brisbane: $824

The First Class suites of The Emirates Airlines offer their passengers with privacy through their First Class Suites. Other than fine cuisine, each suit comes with a sliding door, a personal mini-bar, wardrobe, mirror, and an adjustable ambient lighting.

 

Cathay Pacific Airways

Hong Kong to Taipei: $713

The First Class Suites of Cathay Pacific boasts an LCD touch-screen controller that enables the passengers to adjust their seat and turn lights off and on with less effort. They also offer a delicious variety of Asian and international cuisines, all freshly prepared.

Singapore Airlines

Mumbai to Singapore: $3,324

The Singapore Airlines Suites is exclusively available onboard the A380 aircraft. With its uniquely designed stand-alone bed, passengers can experience the pleasure of sleeping. Also, they can choose from their special menus, created exclusively by the International Culinary Panel.

While air travel is getting more and more popular, airline companies never failed to provide luxurious comforts for all passengers, especially to those who are willing to pay the price. But, in terms of installing advanced features onboard, how far can they go? Regardless of what they add, expect the price to rise as well. This privilege does not come for free.

 

 

 

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