The world's longest non-stop flights in 2023!

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In the year of grace 2023, it is no longer a problem to fly wherever we want on the globe. The COVID pandemic is history, and most countries have opened their borders to tourists. The aviation industry has recovered more than 95% from 2019, and many of the existing airlines have launched new routes, generating new travel opportunities.

Ranking of the longest flights in the world has undergone many changes compared to previous years. Singapore (SIN) – New York (JFK) continues to hold the top position in the list of longest non-stop flights. Below you will find the top 10 longest non-stop flights in the world in 2023.

The competition for the top spot on the list of the world's longest non-stop flights won't end anytime soon. From 2025, Qantas plans to fly the Airbus A350-1000 from Sydney to New York and London.

The longest flights in the world

routeAirplane and AirlineDistanceScheduled flight time
1. Singapore (SIN) – New York (JFK)A350-900ULR Singapore Airlines9.537 mile18 hours, 50 minutes
2. Singapore (SIN) – Newark (EWR)Singapore Airlines A350-900ULR9.523 mile18 hours, 45 minutes
3. Perth (PER) – London (LHR)Qantas 787-99.010 mile17 hours, 15 minutes
4. Melbourne (MEL) – Dallas (DFW)Qantas 787-98.992 miles17 hours 35 minutes
5. Auckland (AKL) – New York (JFK)787-9 Air New Zealand8.828 mile17 hours, 50 minutes
6. Dubai (DXB) – Auckland (AKL)Emirates 777-200LR8.824 mile17 hours, 10 minutes
7. Singapore (SIN) – Los Angeles (LAX)Singapore Airlines A350-900ULR8.770 mile17 hours, 50 minutes
8. Bangalore (BLR) – San Francisco (SFO)Air India 777-200LR8.701 mile17 hours, 40 minutes
9. Darwin (DRW) – London (LHR)Qantas 787-98.620 miles17 hours, 55 minutes
10. Houston (IAH) - Sydney (SYD)787-9 United Airlines8.596 mile17 hours, 35 minutes
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