The Doha to Auckland flight by Qatar Airways is about to end its reign as the longest passenger service flight in the world as Singapore Airlines has recently announced that it will begin service for a non-stop flight from Singapore’s Changi Airport to New York’s Newark Liberty Airport. Launching in October of this year, the flight sets out to connect two North American and South Asian business hubs with the longest flight in the world, flying 15,329 kilometres over 18 hours and 45 minutes. The ultra-long-range, fuel-efficient Airbus A350-900 ULR will consist of 94 premium economy seats and 67 business class seats. Despite this change in rankings, Auckland will still be the take-off and landing location for two of the top five longest flights in the world.
Longest Flights In The World
Doha – Auckland 14535 km, 18 hours and 20 minutes
Perth – London 14500 km, 17 hours and 20 minutes
Dubai – Auckland 14200 km, 17 hours and 5 minutes
Los Angeles – Singapore 14110 km, 17 hours and 50 minutes
Houston – Sydney 13833 km, 17 hours and 30 minutes