The longest flight from London to the most remote city in the world takes 17 hours

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The flight, offered by Australian airline Qantas, covers a distance of 14,500 kilometers (9,000 miles) and takes 16 hours and 45 minutes to complete, according to Daily Express.

Flights are an essential part of the holiday experience, giving tourists the ability to set foot in an exotic destination after just a few hours in the air. As aircraft become more efficient, more airlines are able to offer longer flights that require no stops. currently, Longest flight Non-stop flights from the UK take passengers from London Heathrow Airport to Perth in Australia.

The longest flight

The flight, offered by Australian airline Qantas, covers a distance of 14,500 kilometers (9,000 miles) and takes 16 hours and 45 minutes to complete, according to For “Daily Express”.

As a result, tourists departing Heathrow Airport at 1pm will not arrive in Perth until after 1pm the following day.

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People travel on a Qantas Dreamliner flight, a 236-seat version of the Boeing 787.

There are 166 economy seats, 28 premium economy seats, and 42 business class seats, meaning all types of passengers can be accommodated on the flight.

Economy class benefits

While economy passengers don’t get a lot of unexpected luxuries, standard features include a 12-inch infotainment touchscreen, a single USB phone charging port and an adjustable headrest.

While the flight may seem incredibly long, flights that require a stopover usually take more than 20 hours to complete.

The time needed to make the flight can depend greatly on the airline and the destination you plan to stop at.

However, compared to direct Qantas flights, stopover flights are usually around £300 cheaper per person for a round trip.

 

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