Singapore Airlines has set the record for the longest flight ever.
Over the weekend Flight SQ22 landed in New York. It had flown direct from Singapore – a 17.5-hour journey.
The flight, which covered 16,700 kilometres, had 150 passengers and 17 crew on board.
The first new non-stop flight between Singapore and New York departed Changi International Airport on October 11 at 11:37pm (Singapore time) and arrived at Newark Liberty International Airport a day later, at 5:29am (US Eastern time).
The new route used an Airbus A350-900ULR (Ultra Long Range) for the journey.
Singapore airlines will now continue this service three times a week.