It is almost like a never ending journey whilst you look at the mini screen in front of you and get served in your cozy space with hot meals and pillows as you wait for all of it to get over with. The world’s classiest airline Emirates has been quite in the news for its all-time services while it has also been operating on some of the longest non-stop flights of the world. The top 10 are given below:
The longest flight of the world with the most duration & distance is from Dubai, UAE to Panama City by the Emirates airlines. It takes 17 hours and 35 minutes to complete the non-stop journey of 8588 miles in the given time to reach the destination in complete perfection.
The second longest flight of the world is operated by the Qantas Airline which takes passengers from Dallas Forth Worth, Texas of the USA to Australia’s capital city Sydney within 16 hours and 55 minutes to cover an 8577 miles’ distance.
The Saudi Airlines has the title of operating the world’s third longest airline of the world as it takes its esteemed passengers through a 16 hours and 55 minutes’ flight over an 8332 miles’ distance to reach Los Angeles, USA from Jeddah in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.
The fourth longest nonstop flight is held by the Delta Airlines which covers an 8440 miles’ distance from Johannesburg, South Africa to Atlanta, USA in 16 hours and 40 minutes.
Emirates Airline again takes its passengers from Dubai to LA in 16 hours and 35 minutes covering 8339 miles.
Next the Etihad Airways takes 16 hours and 30 minutes to cover 8390 miles from Abu Dhabi to LA.
The Emirates again takes 16 hours and 20 minutes to reach Houston from Abu Dhabi by covering 8167 miles.
American Airlines takes 16 hours and 20 minutes to go from Dallas to Hong Kong by 8123 miles.
On the 9th rank, the Etihad takes 16 hours and 15 minutes to cover an 8157 miles such journey
Lastly, Emirates again takes 15 hours and 50 minutes to traverse 8103 miles between Dubai and San Francisco.
While considering these are the top 10 non-stop flights, many others are also emerging over time so that they can compete well. For providing such non-stop services is surely a landmark taking people from one corner of the world to the other with no stopovers in between.