The World's Longest Non-Stop Flights
Emirates recently announced that it is launching a new flight from Dubai to Panama City. Starting in February 2016, the airline's Boeing 777-200LR aircraft will be airborne for 17 hours and 35 minutes on the journey westbound, making it the longest non-stop flight in the world. Qantas' route between Sydney and Dallas Fort Worth was the world's previous longest route at 16 hours and 55 minutes across 13,804 kilometres, according to the World Economic Forum using Flightmapper data.
- Number of international passenger flights at Narita airport in Japan 2007-2016Number of international passenger flights at Narita airport in Japan 2007-2016
- Number of domestic passenger flights at Narita airport in Japan 2007-2016Number of domestic passenger flights at Narita airport in Japan 2007-2016
- Passenger flights by type at Los Angeles International Airport 2014-2016Passenger flights by type at Los Angeles International Airport 2014-2016
- Passengers boarded by the largest U.S. air carriers 2016Passengers boarded by the largest U.S. air carriers 2016
- Leading European airports by on-time performance 2016Leading European airports by on-time performance 2016
- Passenger load factor (PLF) of international flights by region 2017Passenger load factor (PLF) of international flights by region 2017
- International revenue passenger kilometers (RPK): by region 2017International revenue passenger kilometers (RPK): by region 2017
- Number of air transport passengers Australia 2005-2015Number of air transport passengers Australia 2005-2015
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