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Singapore Airlines to Resume the World's Longest Flight in October

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Singapore Airlines is ready to claim the title of “world’s longest flight” this October when it resumes non-stop service between Singapore and Newark. The Singapore-bound leg will clock in at 18 hours, 45 minutes .The return flight will last 18 hours, 25 minutes. The new flight marks Singapore’s return to the New York market with a non-stop flight. (www.usatoday.com) More...

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spinoneone
Non-stop is at least seven hours shorter than any alternative connection service.
arfdog
mags stumpp 2
Got my ticket!. Good intro fare for SQ in J.
pilotjag
pilotjag 1
Congrats! Hope you enjoy. Would love to hear the experience at a later date
Billoz
Bill Osborne 0
Not for me. Long flights are not only boring but a very serious health risk. Sitting for 18 hours with a minimal opportunity for exercise is a deadly risk of blood clots.
bjfontana
BJ Fontana 1
Compression stockings (at least btwn 20-30), would be a must.
JJ7
JJ Johnson 0
Interesting the time I read this article 0749 CDT 7/2/2018 Airbus occupied the top three out of the four aircraft airframes being tracked live. They are doing something right.
1881
Airbus A320
1815
Boeing 737-800
665
Airbus A321
516
Airbus A319

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