The Longest Flight in the World: A blog about the longest flights in the world.
The Longest Flight in the World is a guide to the longest flights available in the world, helping you plan and book your next trip with ease. We provide you with all the information you need to know about these long flights, including ratings, reviews, and information about each airline flying them.
A blog about the longest flights in the world. This is a single page site, and all of the content appears on one page. And you can access it via any computer or mobile device.
The Longest Flight in the World is an interactive map of the longest flights in the world. It allows you to see how long each flight is, how long it takes and what time it arrives at.
The Longest Flight in the World is a great way to get a sense of how long each flight is, and what time it arrives at each destination. The map also shows you which airline flies each route, and whether they are currently flying or not.
The Longest Flight in the World.
The longest flights in the world offer a unique opportunity to travel in style and comfort, but also to see parts of the world not easily accessible by other means.
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Our ever-expanding network covers more than 150 destinations across Europe, the Middle East, Africa, Asia Pacific, North America and South America.
The longest flights in the world are operated by airlines that fly from point A to point B nonstop. The route is usually somewhere over 10,000 miles long and takes at least 15 hours to complete. There are a handful of airlines that operate these really long flights every day. If you want to find out what it feels like to fly across the world without stopping, read on.
The longest flight in the world is operated by Qatar Airways. They fly from Auckland to Doha, Qatar on a Boeing 777-200LR. The flight takes 17 hours and 30 minutes and covers 9,032 miles (14,535 kilometers). It is one of the few ultra-long haul flights that does not require a stopover at an intermediate airport. As you can imagine, this flight has been very popular with travelers since it was first introduced.
The second longest flight in the world is also operated by Qatar Airways. They fly from Doha, Qatar to Auckland on a Boeing 777-200LR. The flight takes 17 hours and 30 minutes and covers 9,032 miles (14,535 kilometers). It is one of the few ultra-long haul flights that does not require a stopover at an intermediate airport. As you can imagine, this flight has been very popular with
One of the first things you notice when arriving in Perth, Western Australia (PER) is how remote it is. It takes a long time to get there, and once you’re there, it takes a long time to get anywhere else.
One of the very first flight that Qantas operated with their brand new B787-9 was a 13,804 km (8,556 miles) link between Perth and London Heathrow. This flight broke the distance record for a commercial airliner, previously held by Emirates for their Dubai – Auckland service.
This inaugural flight took place on March 24th, 2018 and I was lucky enough to be on board, together with Qantas CEO Alan Joyce. After 15 hours of flight we arrived in London at around 6:30 AM local time and were greeted by other Qantas executives and British Airways crew who offered us champagne while they were taking pictures of our airplane.
This has been a great year for Emirates. With the opening of Concourse A at DXB, and the launch of five new destinations in one week, we have put ourselves firmly on the map as a global aviation leader.
Since our last blog, we have launched three more services – to Chengdu, Copenhagen and Stockholm. Our latest route to Stockholm was launched on the 28th of November and is already proving popular with our customers. The flight takes less than seven hours, and for those who want to avoid jet lag, we offer convenient timings – arriving in Dubai each morning and leaving Dubai every evening.
And there’s even more good news to come! We’ve taken delivery of two brand-new aircrafts – B777-300ERs – which will enable us to expand our network even further. These new aircraft will be used on the Copenhagen and Stockholm routes respectively, allowing us to offer a daily service between Copenhagen and Dubai – another popular route that has seen increased demand over the past year.
In addition to this exciting news, we are also thrilled that CPH has been voted ‘Best Airport in Europe’ by Skytrax – a title it has won for three years running!
We look forward to keeping you updated