Hong Kong transportation company Cathay Pacific will honor first class and business class tickets which it mistakenly sold massively under market price.
For one, a return business flight in August from Da Nang to New York sold for about $675, a seat which typically costs around $6,000.
Hollywood filmmaker and YouTube vlogger Casey Neistat got a pleasant surprise on his Emirates Airlines flight from Dubai to New York. For reasons unknown, he got his seat upgraded to a $21,000 first class seat for free.
Naturally, the popular YouTuber documented his trip as he enjoyed the luxurious airplane ride not many of us will ever get to experience. He noted at the start of his video that he was not hired nor paid by the airline to produce his 9-minute clip.
Only those of us who frequently fly international have the pleasure of dining of airline food, but what even fewer people know is the often huge difference between the food they serve in economy and the meals they serve in first class.
Here’s how the food looks on 19 airlines around the world (depending on where you sit in the plane):