NEWARK, New Jersey -- Singapore Airlines has taken back the title of flying the world's longest flight.
The airline resumed operating non-stop between Singapore and Newark, New Jersey last week. That journey is scheduled at 19 hours.
Airbus built an "ultra-long range" version of its A350 jet for this flight. Something you won't find on this flight: a standard economy seat. There's only business class and premium economy seats, which offers more space.
Singapore last operated nonstop flights between Singapore and the New York area in November 2013.
Singapore Airlines bringing back 19-hour nonstop flight
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