A new app from ticket aggregator Allegiant Air is offering a range of ticket packages for the Berlin Air Show in September.
The app includes three different tickets packages, priced from $1,600 to $1.2 million.
These include a ticket for a two-person flight, which is available for the cheapest price at $1 million, and a ticket that will be discounted from $7,400 to $3,400, which will cost $3.2-million.
“The price of a ticket in this app is the best available and it’s based on what you pay for the ticket, not the other way around,” Allegiant spokesperson Jeroen van der Werf said.
The two-seat ticket for the air show will cost you $1M, while the three-seat tickets are priced at $2.6M, $3M and $5M respectively.
A three-hour flight will cost around $600, while a six-hour trip will cost about $3K.
The other options for the app include the first-class ticket for an economy class ticket, the economy ticket for economy class with an upgrade, and the premium economy ticket, which costs about $4,000.
There’s also a four-day upgrade option for about $7K.
For a three-person ticket, you can choose from a first class seat, a first-floor cabin, an upper deck and a lower deck.
The four-person option is priced at more than $7.4M.
It’s a good option for people who want to get out of the city and into Berlin, but don’t want to risk a long flight.
If you’re looking to get the cheapest ticket for your travel, Allegiant’s ticket price for the show is the cheapest available.
The airline is not offering a refund or exchange.
The new app is being released ahead of the show, and is available to download on the app store.
The company says that all of its fares will be available through Allegiant when it launches in the coming weeks.