With a Michelin-star restaurant, butlers and high speed Wi-Fi onboard, it's no wonder prices start at $50k.

Boasting a spacious dining area decked out with leather chairs, fine porcelain and crystalware, this might look like a swanky, top-dollar restaurant.

The only giveaway that this is in fact a plane, is the row of porthole-style windows and a gently curved ceiling.

The flat beds include cosy blankets and pillows to help guests get a good rest before their next adventure. Photo / Supplied
The flat beds include cosy blankets and pillows to help guests get a good rest before their next adventure. Photo / Supplied

This is the interior of what has been heralded as the most luxurious commercial jet ever.
Unveiled by US-based travel company Crystal, tickets for a 14-day hop-on hop-off ride on the palatial plane will start from US$50,000 ($68,737).

Crystal will start flying its new privately-owned Boeing 777-200LR in the spring of 2017. Photo / Supplied
Crystal will start flying its new privately-owned Boeing 777-200LR in the spring of 2017. Photo / Supplied

Along with five-star interiors, passengers will also be lavished with top notch treatment, on-board butlers and a Michelin star-inspired menu to feast from.

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Moving to the seating area, there are a total of 84 armchair-style seats for passengers to relax in.

These transform into lie-flat beds for those wanting to pack in a bit of sleep before landing at their next destination.

In the roomy bathrooms, guests can freshen up with a range of fragrant products from the luxury Italian fashion house Etro.

Other highlights include a bar (stocked with an array fine wines), large flat-screen televisions, free global Wi-Fi and personal Bose noise-cancelling headphones.

The fully-stocked bar will carry a range of top shelf spirits and fine wines for passengers to sip on. Photo / Supplied
The fully-stocked bar will carry a range of top shelf spirits and fine wines for passengers to sip on. Photo / Supplied

Crystal will start flying its new privately-owned Boeing 777-200LR in the spring of 2017.
There will be 14, 21 and 28-day itineraries available, whisking holidaymakers away to some of the "most exotic and remote" locations in the world.

The jet features lots of social space - after gorging on a Michelin-star dinner, guests can recline on this couch. Photo / Supplied
The jet features lots of social space - after gorging on a Michelin-star dinner, guests can recline on this couch. Photo / Supplied

Commenting on the launch, Crystal's CEO, Edie Rodriguez, said: "Crystal AirCruises is not just a thrilling new venture for Crystal, but a groundbreaking development in the luxury travel industry.

"Even the savviest travellers and guests who have sailed on our award-winning ocean cruises many times will relish brand new opportunities to explore places impossible to reach by water, all with Crystal's signature personalised service and the highest standard of luxury at every point of travel."