Modern-day First and Business class have become synonymous with luxury and Champagne. In First Class of every airline, Champagne is served, but not all Champagne is the same.
It’s no wonder the offerings up in the air can vary dramatically. Here is the list of airlines that serve the most expensive champagne.
JAL. The Most Expensive Champagne
To highlight the carrier`s First Class selection, JAL serves Salon 2007 (Price at $600+ per bottle), rare vintage champagne, to its First Class customers on international flights.
From Tokyo (Narita) to New York, Chicago, and Los Angeles
From Tokyo (Haneda) to New York, San Francisco, Paris, and London
As the only airline with an exclusive agreement to offer luxury champagne brand Dom Pérignon on-board, Emirates is currently presenting First Class passengers with the unique opportunity to enjoy a very special vintage -Dom Pérignon Plénitude 2 (which sells for around $550), onboard select routes until the end of October.
Cathay Pacific’s first-class flyers are now being treated to Krug 2004 vintage Champagne. The iconic fruit-forward drop – which sells locally for around $450 a bottle – replaces Cathay’s go-to Taittinger Comtes de Champagne Blanc de Blancs 2006, which has a local shelf price of $300.