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The world’s longest civil flight ends after 20 hours

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Qantas Airways launched the world's longest civil aviation flight last Friday from Kennedy Airport in New York City.

It travelled 16,200 kilometres and took about 20 hours of continuous flight over the sky. Finally, the world’s longest civil flight safely and safely arrived in Sydney, Australia, on Sunday morning, 20 October. Having travelled all this distance with a continuous flight without any stopping at all.

The world’s longest civil flight ends after 20 hours

A historical record for long-haul flights without stopping.

Qantas Airways launched the world’s longest civil aviation flight last Friday from Kennedy Airport in New York City. Arriving at 7:42 am Sunday to Sydney, Australia, achieving a number A historical record for long-haul flights without stopping.

The longest flight to date

The plane, a Boeing 787 Dreamliner, delayed from the time of takeoff from Kennedy airport about one and a half hours. But it flew naturally without any problems after that. The longest flight to date carried more than 50 passengers on this historic experience. The flight lasted 19 hours and 16 minutes, covering a total distance of 16,200 kilometres from the United States, to the Australian city of Sydney.

Alan Joyce, chief executive of Australian Airlines, who himself was one of the passengers on the world’s longest civil flight.

said the moment the aircraft arrived and landed safely in Australia was a historic moment for Qantas and the airline. Global.

This unique flight served as a practical test for both passengers and crew. As aviation researchers and researchers sought to know how well-tolerated human beings could handle such long and exhausting flights in the future. Prior to this historic Australian flight, no commercial aircraft flew that long, carrying both passengers and cargo.

International Air Transport Association

On the other hand, specialists at the International Air Transport Association (IATA) predicted that there will be a significant annual increase in the number of passengers, from 4.6 billion this year 2019 to 8.2 billion passengers in 2037. On the development of long-haul flights, by improving the performance of aircraft with rapid growth on demand.

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