Airport Newark Liberty International (Newark, NJ) this morning, October 12, safely landed a passenger airliner, have committed the longest non-stop flight in the world.
The airline Singapore Airlines took off yesterday from Singapore and after almost 18 hours of flight time reached new Jersey, breaking 15.3 thousand km.
New Airbus A350-900ULR was full in his cabin was 161 passengers.
The liner only 2nd class seats: business (67 seats) and premium economy (94).
On the seats of the business class is a mattress for sleeping and pillows. Passengers are also available in various movies and TV shows with a total duration of 1.2 thousand hours.
The new Airbus higher ceiling, bigger Windows, wider body and a more natural and soft light compared to other Airliners Singapore Airlines. Due to this, flights have become more comfortable for customers.
A few pics before the departure of Singapore Airlines SQ21 on the Airbus A350-900ULR. The world’s longest flight: Newark to…
Posted by Chris Sloan on Friday, October 12, 2018
Singapore Airlines has launched a record the length of the route in 2004, but 9 years later cancelled it because of rising fuel prices.
From 18 October, the flight from Singapore to Newark will be operated daily. And in November, Singapore airlines will launch flights to Los Angeles and San Francisco.