• Ethan Nemeth

World's Longest Flight In Premium Economy (Deal)

There are many long flights out there, but only one that can call itself the world's longest flight. Currently, Singapore Airlines operated the longest flight in the world between New York and Singapore. This nearly 18-hour flight has no economy seats, but rather 94 premium economy seats and 67 business class seats. Below are photos of both, courtesy of Singapore Airline's website:

Singapore Airlines Premium Economy, Photo Credits to singaporeair.com

Singapore Airlines Business Class, Photo Credits to singaporeair.com

An 18 hour flight is going to be painfully long, regardless of how you put it. However, a direct flight from New York to Singapore beats taking multiple flights in my opinion and with elevated entertainment and meal services in Premium economy, in addition to the fact you'll be flying on a brand new a350-900, it'll likely be a much better experience than your other options.

Right now there are excellent premium economy fares on the world's longest flight, and not just to Singapore. You can fly from select U.S. cities, (including Los Angles, Newark, and San Fransisco), to many destinations in Asia via Singapore Airlines for under $1,000 roundtrip. These fares are available on multiple dates in April and May, along with many dates August-November. Below is an example of a possible route:

Photo Credits to singaporeair.com

If you want to visit Singapore, another destination in Asia, or simply fly the world's longest flight, now you can do so for less than $1,000 roundtrip. These great fares won't last long so make sure to book soon if you plan on taking advantage of this deal!

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