In an effort to highlight the most expensive seats you can sit in to fly, U.S.-based Seats and Stools, a (you guessed it) retailer of seats and stools, took a cheeky approach to illustrate just how incredibly expensive it can be to get up in the air.
Well… kind of.
Popping on Google Flights and scanning hundreds of airlines serving thousand of cities, the website tracked down some of the priciest flights seven-weeks-out from the time of booking. And as the voice coming from that clickbait megaphone in the clouds will tell you: their findings will make your jaw drop, you won’t believe it, it’s so shocking.
Setting aside the astronomically expensive (pun intended) US$35 million flight Cirque de Soleil co-founder Guy Laliberté took to the International Space Station and the US$250,000 price tag for a flight on Virgin Galaxy’s space-kissing flight, the priciest flight they found was a round trip from Abu Dhabi to New York City in “The Residence” aboard luxury Gulf carrier Etihad Airways.Read More »from If you think $1,545 is expensive for a domestic flight, you’re obviously not Canadian