Summer airfares expected to be cheapest in 7 years, while record-setting fare is $38,000 each way

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New York, NY - Good news for fliers: summer airfares are expected to be the cheapest in seven years!

That's according to the airfare app called "Hopper."

Lower oil prices have led to cheaper jet fuel, and now that's showing up in ticket prices.

But hey, who wants to fly cheap?

Why not splurge and drop a few dimes...like on the world's most expensive plane ticket-- from New York to Mumbai: a private three-room suite for $38,000 each way!

Yeah, forget First Class. Here you get your own "penthouse in the sky," complete with a living room, bedroom, and shower room-- plus your own butler and a personal chef.

That's flying the friendly skies, alright, but at these prices we better get a whole house in the sky!

Of course, this dream flight is brought to you by Etihad, the national airline of the United Arab Emirates, so all that oil money is being put to good use, as you can see.

The living room has a 32-inch flatscreen TV loaded with everything from X-Box to Netflix.

There's even a flying nanny for the kids.

With all that luxury and the "arm-and-a-leg" pricetag, no wonder Jennifer Aniston hangs at the bar in those commercials!

Yes, all this can be yours if the price is right.

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