A question of interest to me.

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Currently or in the history of aviation?

Currently it’s DXB-AKL, though that may be succeeded if Akbar’s ego is to launch DOH-AKL.

In history, SIN-EWR was the longest one, not SIN-JFK (whoever wrote that above). SIN-NYC will relaunch in 2018(?) but AFAIK, it’s unclear which airport it’s flying to, EWR or JFK.

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I wrote it. I don’t remember it clearly but I know it was an A345 route.

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Oh yes, do stopover(s) count when you say “longest flight”?

People shared their experiences here, and there’s an 18 hour non-stop flight

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Thank you all those who answered my question.

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Stop overs do not count

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Alright then I guess WSSS—KEWR as B707 has corrected

Can’t wait for them to restart the longest non-stop flight with the A350ULR :D

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the longest I done with my dad as captain was Buenos Aires Sydney, being like 19 hours or so, cant remembe, non stop, A340300

Nice to know sir. Was that with a stop for fuel?

if it is to me the question no, no stop. But the 343 gets there very tight with fuel, almost on limit. That is why they changed the flight with a stop in Auckland, New Zealand.

I understand. Didn’t know the A340 could travel such distances. Learn something new everyday.

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now they don’t do the flight anymore. Air New Zealand does it with a 77W.

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The A343 to be exact… Even I was amazed…

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nop, sorry guys, my bad, long flight though but a little less than 17 hours, not 19

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I’m thinkin’ LAX to SSY in an A380 would be long.

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Actually…

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Why do you always one up me lol…

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Lol, not trying too.

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