Flying First Class just got an extreme upgrade.
"This feels more like a small but extremely elegant hotel room than it does an airplane seat," says Neistat in the clip.
Considering it has a spacious closet, locker, leg room for four and a plush seat that transforms into a twin bed, he's definitely not wrong.
Among the most luxurious amenities is the dual-screen entertainment system. While you watch your favorite movies or TV shows on a 32-inch monitor, you can call the flight attendants via video chat on a separate touchscreen.
Prices vary depending on your departure point and destination, but expect to cough up upwards of $5,500 (for a one-way trip to Dubai to Brussels) if you fly in what Neistat calls the "all-time greatest airplane seat."