Singapore Airlines will soon launch the longest flight in the world. The flight could not take off for months due to coronavirus. The airline has announced that it will resume non-stop Singapore-New York flights from November 9. There will be three flights a week. Fox News News.
According to the announcement, the flight will run from Changi Airport in Singapore to John F. Kennedy Airport in New York. The distance of this path is 16 hours and 5 minutes. Sometimes it takes 18 hours and 40 minutes. Earlier, Singapore Airlines operated non-stop flights to New York with New York Liberty International Airport. This route took 16 and a half hours.