I sat in every type of seat on Qantas’ new world’s longest flight from New York to Sydney, Australia. Here’s what they were like.
|11/10/2019||Posted by BusinessMediaguide.Com under General World News||
- Qantas recently tested the new world’s longest flight, a nearly 20-hour nonstop from New York to Sydney, Australia, using the Boeing 787-9 — Business Insider was aboard the test flight.
- The airline uses the same plane on its current longest route, a 17-hour trip from Perth to London.
- We sat in the seats in all three cabins — business class, premium economy, and coach — to see what they were like.
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