Meet the Airline Offering Unlimited Flights in Biz Class

You've got five days to claim the golden ticket

By Diane Rommel

 
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26 July 2016

Feel an intense need to watch the end of the European Union from a front-row seat?

Boutique French airline La Compagnie has the deal for you.

Pony up $35,000, and you’ll earn one of 10 open passes on the all-business, all-the-time carrier’s flights between Paris, London and New York.

Dubbed “L’Unlimited,” the limited-edition fare allows holders to book a seat on any flight they want, with just one chief restriction, which is NBD: You can only claim two seats at a time. (In other words, you can forget booking a year’s worth of flights just for the watch-the-world-burn hell of it.)

To that official caveat, though, we’d add that La Compagnie might be all-biz, but it’s not, like, Singapore business class.

Here, you won’t even get lay-flat seats on the red-eyes across the Atlantic. By “New York,” they mean “Newark,” and for London, please read “Luton.” Reviewers have grumbled about the frisée. And if you don’t show up for your reservation, that late fee will be $2,500.

Still interested? All orders are due by July 30.

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