What It’s Like To Test The World’s Longest Flight

Transportation reporter David Slotnick flew on a nearly 20-hour flight from New York City to Sydney. The Qantas Airways route was a test to see how the world’s longest flights affect the human body. David was one of just 40 passengers on board to participate in the first experimental flight.

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What It’s Like To Test The World’s Longest Flight

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