$21,000 plane ride in one-bedroom suite

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+5 1. djacy commented 6 years ago

Twenty one thousand :O Thanks, but no thanks.
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+5 2. Judge-Jake commented 6 years ago

Good to know that when it crashes the rich feckers will die in luxury. I have to say that I never fly in first class by choice. What an absolutely disgraceful way of wasting money. A fool and his money are soon parted and it begs the question how a fool and his money got together in the first place. 8-)
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+4 3. Geekster (admin) commented 6 years ago

I never flew with a plane in my life, despite the fact that I love aircrafts :D
In november is gonna be my first time and I'm soooo damn nervous :x :x :x
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+5 4. Tehnol commented 6 years ago

#2 Aww come on, this sort of thing would be a once in a life-time experience I think. Well, unless you're a multi millionaire. If I could do this once I certainly would. Kind of reminds me of the golden age of airline travel back in the 20's and 30's where the cabin had a bar, leather couch, electric lighting and a balcony to walk out onto.
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+1 5. thundersnow commented 6 years ago

Really going overboard! I'm with #2 on this one..comfort is one thing, but luxury is another, sometimes going into a wasteful extreme.

#3 Wishing you a fun and unforgettable experience, you'll love it, but while you're away don't forget your snotr responsibilities ;) :P >:) :squirrel:
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-4 6. Derpgeek commented 6 years ago

From first seconds you can see its only mockup model interior of plane. Its not real. 8-)
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+3 7. LQoQK commented 6 years ago

so why is this video downvoted :D jealous poor people
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+1 8. thundersnow commented 6 years ago

With down-voted videos there is always that question arising, is the video down-voted because of its poor quality or because of disagreeing with its content. We don't always know. In this case I'm sure it's because of its content, I also down-voted it because of that, but immediately thought that it is actually a quality video, and maybe I should have up-voted it instead. What do other Snotrarians think about that?
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+3 9. Sizzlik (admin) commented 6 years ago

#8 This video was also downvoted into the red back then http://www.snotr.com/video/11278/Inside_a_1st_Class_Flight
I dont think the downvotes are because of the information value (but how else will you see how a luxus class flight looks like)
The downvotes are simply because of how unneccessary this is, what else could be done with the money and in general because everybody would be such a better person if they would be rich too.

My opinion on that..in a commercial airline its over the top, people that rich can afford a private jet. But rich people from lets say dubai mostly travel in groups, not as single person. So one airliner dedicated just for the rich..nothing to complain. If they wouldnt offer it, the rich woult build it themself anyways. You could also complain then about the presidental rooms in some hotels wich cost 10k per night and people only stay there to sleep..never use the golf course on the roof, the private helicopter, pool the size of a olympic pool, 5 bathrooms etc. Nothing you can do except shaking your head. But i bet if you offer someone that flight for free..nobody would say no..and for the rich..21k is kinda free..they make this money in an hour.
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0 10. thundersnow commented 6 years ago

#9 First of all I must have a case of amnesia because I don't even remember that other video from 2 years ago, and I know I watched it, because I watched ALL snotr videos...oh well, not worrying about that now.

You explained it well, the relationship very wealthy people have with money, and after all we are free countries and people should be allowed to do as they please with their money, as long as they don't hurt others with it and/or their behavior, but that's of course another topic. As many others I'm also just shaking my head. And yes, if someone would ask me today if I would mind flying first class for free of course I would. Which brings us to the endless debate everyone has with friends and at work, what would you do if you just won a few millions in the lottery. I claim, I would still be me and myself but many claim that it would change you as a person etc...
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0 11. ughlah commented 6 years ago

Some of those expensive flight do make sense, in my opinion. If you want to be able to work the minute you arrive you better had some rest during your flight and quite often you want to use your time productive. No way you can do that if you have 67 cm room in front of you. So if I have 4 times the room, I have to pay 4 times the price.

And of course there is always those people who take it to the next level. If you live all your life in total luxury, because you can easily afford it, why would you spend 16 hours in a middle seat between two rednecks.
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-1 12. thundersnow commented 6 years ago

#11..not sure this kind of flight experience makes you more productive...I'm a little skepitcal about that..