What plane has the longest range?

Hey guys! I was just wondering what aircraft in infiniteflight has the longest range. This is because I want to see how long of a flight is possible. I’m planning to attempt a flight from Auckland to London and I really want it know what a suitable aircraft would be.

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I think the 787-10?

I would use the A350 but u can fly anything you want

My best guess would be the 777-200LR, not really certain whether you would be able to fly Auckland to London non stop though.

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The B772LR has a massive range, can do 23+ hours.
The B77F can do 23+ hours.
The B77W is limited at 22-23 hours.
The A359 can do around 23 hours.
The 789/788 is also capable of flying for 22-23 hours.
The A380 can do 23+, however people have been experiencing issues with the fuel burnt.
Please do not quote me on this, this is based on average winds, performances of aircraft change!
Step climbing, good flight planning will increase the performance.

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I guess the 777-200LR or the 777-300ER would be recommended for a long flight but you can also try the A350 too as it has almost the same flight hours as the 777 aircrafts.

I’ve done 33+ hours with the A380 and A350 before.

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The 767 has kind if a messed up fuel burn in IF and I have heard that people have been able to fly it 10,000nm non-stop. You could try that if you want.

idk about longest range but i tried to fly a f22 over the atlantic… made it halfway through

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The 787 and the 350 were both designed with fuel efficiency in mind. Both are relatively new aircraft, built with composite material, rather than metal, making the planes super light compared to the 777. Combine that with the newest most fuel efficient engines, and you’ve got an aircraft that could fly a very long time. The 787 and the 350 almost certainly can fly longer than any other aircraft. I’d use either of those.

Are you sure?

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Can you check the -10 I know this info came from somewhere…

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Sure! (Text limit)

In IF, the A380 can go for 29 hours nonstop, so I’d say that, followed by 26 hours on the 787-8.

Here they are:


You are correct about the a350 tho

The longest range jetliner in service is the Airbus A350 XWB Ultra Long Range, capable of flying up to 18,000 km (9,700 nmi). The A380 is capable of flying 15,200 km (8,200 nmi) with 544 passengers. The A350-900 can fly 15,000 km (8,100 nmi) with 325 passengers.

The longest range Boeing airliner in service is the 777-200LR, which is capable of flying 15,843 km (8,555 nmi) with 317 passengers in a 2-class configuration.

New airliners like the A330neo, A350 and B787 enable economically sustainable nonstop ultra-long haul operations on thinner routes with fewer demands, because all the previous planes capable of providing nonstop ultra-long haul services are larger and thus more expensive to operate compared to these planes, which in turn require more tickets to be sold and more demands between both destinations to maintain the profitability of those service.

A320 easyJet Livery can reach Melbourne from Gatwick 😁

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Um how is this possible?

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Anything with easyJet is possible 😉

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