There was a time when non-stop flights were not performed by any airline. I am referring to 8,000-9,000-mile flight that in the past would absolutely make at least one stop before reaching their destination. But, the fuel-efficient airliners like the Boeing 787 Dreamliner and Airbus A350 and the new types of affordable and longer-lasting oils are making it possible for large flight to travel without needing to make a stop along the way. This tactic seems very handy, since no passenger needs to spend hours changing planes, but it also seems very tiring, since you don’t get out of your seat for many many hours.
1. Delta Airlines:
From Atlanta to Johannesburg: 8,434 miles.
2. United Airlines/Singapore Airlines:
From San Francisco to Singapore: 8,435 miles.
From Dallas to Sydney, Australia: 8,576 miles.
4. United Airlines:
From Houston to Sydney, Australia: 8,593 miles.
5. United Airlines:
From Los Angeles to Singapore: 8,759 miles.
From Auckland, New Zealand to Dubai, United Arab Emirates: 8,820 miles.
From Perth, Australia to London, England: 9,009 miles.
8. Qatar Airways:
From Auckland, New Zealand to Doha, Qatar: 9,026 miles.
The shortest flight of the above lasts 16 hours and 55 minutes, from Atlanta to Johannesburg, while the longer is pracised by Qatar Airways and lasts 18 hours and 5 minutes.