Find out about the longest flight flights in the world and the airlines involved

Australia's Qantas airline will conduct a 19-hour flight test to see if passengers and passengers can cope with those trips. The organization wants to make direct trips from Sydney to London and from Sydney to New York by 2022. If the trips are successful they will be the longest direct flights in the world. Pilot trips will begin later this year, with flights carrying 40 passengers whose health will be monitored throughout the trip.

Qantas CEO Alan Joyce has said direct flights from the east coast of Australia to London and New York are opening the "last page of flights". "Long-distance travel raises many fundamental questions about the health and well-being of passengers and passengers," Mr Joyce said.

The two flights to London and New York are expected to last about 19 hours, depending on the weather. Three pilot trips will be conducted that will involve only the agency's staff - all of whom will be equipped with specialized technological equipment that will assess their health status throughout the trip. During sleep, all food and drink will be examined to see how the health effects of the body adapt to changes. The flights will use the Boeing 787-9 aircraft type. After the trial, the agency will make the decision to start such trips by the end of this year.

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Remote flights are now an area where major airlines compete for customer service. The Singapore International Airport last year launched an 18-hour flight and 25 minutes from Singapore to New York, which is currently the longest flight in the world. Last year too, Qantas launched a 17-hour flight from Perth to London, while Qatar also made the 17-hour trip between Auckland and Doha.

The source of the research has been done by the BBC

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