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Qantas to run test flights on world's longest route

BBC News Thursday, 22 August 2019
The airline will track the health impacts of the 19-hour journeys from Sydney to New York and London.
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News video: Long Haul From Down Under: Quantas To Test 19-Hour Flights

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Qantas Airlines is planning three nonstop test flights from London and New York City to Sydney, Australia. The airline said it will test the routes with three Boeing 787-9 aircraft when it takes delivery of them this fall from Boeing. According to Business Insider, the flights will be the world's...

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