My Longest flights are
VABB to KSFO via the pacific ocean in a 787-8 Dreamliner. Flight time just under 16 hours
KJFK To VABB on a 787-8 Dreamliner and flight time was just under 13 hours.
VIDP to KSFO on a B777-200LR flight time around 14 hours as well
My Longest flights are
KJFK-VHHH 15 hours 4 mins
KLAX-EPWA 12 hours 27 mins
RJAA-KATL 12 hours 3 mins
My Longest flight was from Zurich - Chicago in a Swiss Airlines 777-300ER
EGLL-KLAX in a 787-10.
QR921 - Auckland to Doha with a 777-200LR this weekend. It was a long flight but there was lots of nice scenery to kick back and watch on the way!
I think the longest non-stop flight that I’ve done lasted just over 16.5 hours. it was meant to recreate a historical record setting flight from EGLL to YSSY by Qantas on a B744. Couldn’t finish the flight and was forced to land at Darwin Intl. airport due to low fuel.
Read More about it here,
Longest is OTHH-NZAA 20hours
I’ve probably only done an hours flight but that was it, I’m a short flight type of guy
I just complete OEJN to PHNL
I once did a KSEA to WSSS flight; took me 15h 32m.
London Heathrow -> Honolulu International
And over slept by two hours. I forgot the exact flight time by the normal flight time + 4 Hours is what it took me
I just surpassed my last one.
Previous: YMML-KSFO 16:21 (because I was slow)
New: YPPH-EGKK 17:28
My current longest flight is From Dulles to Dubai (12hrs)
I hope to pass that soon. ;)
Before I started doing overnight long hauls, LFPG-KLAX (11:07) during the daytime (yes, I know). Now, it’s YPPH-EGLL (17:11).
Recently did a flight from YSSY to EGLL; took almost 19 hours (18hr 42mn), but then had to abort flight because of other activities…:(
6h39mn flight egll to kjfk in 777-300er
9 1/2 hours from Toronto to Hungary in the 777-300ER
KSFO to LTBA 12 hours 30 minutes or RJAA-KORD 12 hours 30 minutes
Just yesterday I did a 22h 40m flight from KJFK (New York) to YPPH (Perth, AU) in a Qantas A380-800. Before you all go nuts… I have a spare phone that I use and keep charging in my room. I intermittently check to make sure everything is going well (I’m in college and have a lot of time on my hands…). I tried to avoid headwinds at all costs, so I actually traveled a couple 1000 nms more than the optimal flight path.
On that topic, I’m not sure if it exists or not, but is there software that calculates optimal flight paths, altitudes, and speeds given the expected weather? Forgive me if there is an obvious answer; I just started using IF less than a month ago.
Side note: I’m from New York, and I know the farthest possible city from me is Perth, so I wanted to give it a try since I flew a 13h flight from Incheon, South Korea to Boston with nearly 50% of my fuel remaining just days prior.
Please don’t judge me. I may or may not be addicted to this game.