Singapore launches world’s longest non-stop flight The UK-based Press Conference has said that the flight was launched after 9pm on Bangladesh time. This flight will transport regular Singapore passengers from Singapore to New York.
Singapore Airlines has already operated this route on this route. But due to the extra cost, it stopped at one stage. Five years later they have started flying the same route again on the same route.
The BBC said in a report that this flight will fly 15,000 kilometers from Singapore to New York. It will take 19 hours. Prior to this, Quantas Airways launched a 17-hour flight starting earlier this year. It travels from Perth to Australia in Perth. On the other hand, Qatar Airways launched a 17-hour flight from Auckland to Doha.
According to the Singapore Airlines, the BBC said that the luxurious flight from Singapore to New York has 67 business class seats and 94 premium economy seats. No ECONOMY seats will be introduced on this route.
The world’s longest non-stop flight is managed by Airbus A-350-700 ULR (Ultra Long Range). This modern-day technology can fly for a continuous 20 hours.