I’m currently trying to think of a route to fly overnight. It would need to be roughly 7 to 10 hours long. I’ve had a look at the suggested routes post, but I want something less obvious. If possible I would like to fly to Heathrow. Any thoughts?
Cross the Atlantic from the west coast in a 787
Here are 812 Suggestions :).
Here are 140 more suggestions :).
Sydney - Honolulu… 10hrs
You could read the post fully, he did say he already looked
He said he already read it but he doesn’t want/like them.
I flew Klax to egll last night.
US Global Routes Suggestions Here you go I have loved flying these
Go the other way then?
Check your DM I will send some routes to prevent clogging of thread
I’d say somewhere in the Midwestern US, West Coast or in between, flying to London will give you the desired time range of 7-10.
I’m flying to Beijing tonight from KLAX that’s 11ish hrs. If you want to join me you can!
KIAH-LTBA (11 Hours and 40 minutes) - PIA/Turkish
MMMX-LFPG (10 Hours and 40 minutes) - Air France/AeroMexico
are some choices… But I were you…
Find out what FNF is for tomorrow and then fly to there (IFATC is open all day at the FNF Airports)
Try Santiago to London, the longest BA route
My long haul route is JFK-LHR or LHR-JFK While rather generic it’s an alright route with a bit of traffic flying each way You can alter your cruise speeds to take from 7-8 Hours
Chicago to Munich
Seattle to San Juan
Houston to Dublin
Atlanta to Heathrow might be a good route. I think it’s about 8-9 hours.
It’s about 6-7, but is very nice, did it in a Delta A330
I recommend Atlanta to Rio. Nice 9-10 hour flight and you get to fly down to South America which is always fun!
Just flew a nice 18 hour…LHR-SYD