Longest Commercial Flight In The World
Singapore Airlines (SQ22) | 🇸🇬 Singapore Changi (SIN/WSSS) - Newark Liberty (EWR/KEWR) 🇺🇸
About The Event
Hello, and welcome to this event, we’re we’ll be flying the longest commercial flight in the world, Singapore Airlines’ ultra-long-haul on the Airbus A350-900 from Singapore Changi Airport (SIN/WSSS) to Newark Liberty International Airport (EWR/KEWR). We’ll depart Singapore to the north, fly up over Asia, crossing the artic circle just shy of the North Pole, through Canada, just before entering US airspace ans begin descent into New York. Bring lots of fuel for this one, the flight will last up to 18 and a half hours!
Departure Date & Time: 052000ZFEB21 | 2021-02-05T20:00:00Z
Airline: Singapore Airlines
Aircraft Type: Airbus A350-900
Departure Airport: Singapore Changi (SIN/WSSS)
Departure City: Singapore
Departure Country: … you guessed it… Singapore
Arrival Airport: Newark Liberty (EWR/KEWR)
Arrival City: New York
Arrival Country: United States Of America
Estimated Flight Time: 18h:00m
Gates & Attending Pilots
Note that if you are going to use the callsign ‘Singapore 22’, please use the callsign on your gate with the additional suffix letter. This is so we don’t end up with loads of Singapore 22s. If you don’t want to use Singapore 22, you are more than welcome to use a different callsign of course!
|Departure Gate (WSSS)||Pilot||Suggested Callsign (you may use any callsign ,just a suggestion)|
More will be added if needed
An event PM will be sent 7 days before the event. NOTAMS, weather, and other flight information will be sent 3 hours before the event .
- If IFATC are present, follow all instructions. If there is no IFATC, respect UNICOM.
- I am not responsible for an level 1, 2, or 3 violations you may receive during the event.
- Please follow all speed, altitude, and routing instructions in the event PM. However, as said, always follow IFATC instruction and they should take full priority.
- Don’t crash
- Have fun
Poll - only vote if you would like to attend
This is a long flight and most of us will be likely to be stepping away from our devices, and even sleeping, including myself. Should we still try step climbs? Note that I have tested it, and it works fine with no step climbs. It could get messy if only a few people do the step climbs or vice versa. Of course step climbs would help though…
- Yes, of course we should!
- No, I don’t want to wake up…