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Get aboard a hotel in the sky

A living room, double bedroom, ensuite shower and vanity area sounds like the floor plan of a luxury hotel, not a flight from London to Dubai. Etihad Airways has unveiled a more luxurious way to fly: a three-room ‘residence’, complete with a Savoy-trained private butler.

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