QUIZ: The World's longest flights!

We're literally in it for the long-haul this week as we put your knowledge of the world's longest routes to the test. From Australia and New Zealand to the USA and Middle East - we're criss-crossing the globe with this selection of sky-high questions. Good luck!


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Question 1 of 10

1. Which airline currently operates the world’s longest scheduled route?

Singapore Airlines
Qatar Airways

Question 2 of 10

2. Which airports does this record-breaking route serve?

Singapore - Boston
Singapore - New York/Newark
Singapore - New York/JFK
Singapore - Toronto

Question 3 of 10

3. After Singapore Airlines, which airline operates the next longest service?

United Airlines
Etihad Airways

Question 4 of 10

4. What is the destination for Qantas’ longest non-stop service from Melbourne?

Dallas/Fort Worth
New York
Los Angeles

Question 5 of 10

5. Both Qantas and Air New Zealand have announced non-stop Auckland to New York flights. How many nautical miles are there between the two cities?


Question 6 of 10

6. What aircraft does Singapore Airlines typically use for its very longest flights?

Airbus A350-900ULR
Airbus A350-1000ULR
Boeing 787-9
Boeing 787-10

Question 7 of 10

7. What is the longest scheduled route on the Saudia network?

Jeddah – Los Angeles
Jeddah – New York/Newark
Jeddah – Washington/Dulles
Jeddah – Houston

Question 8 of 10

8. At 7,333 nautical miles, what is the furthest non-stop destination from Delta’s Atlanta hub?

Cape Town

Question 9 of 10

9. Which airline operates the longest scheduled service from Toronto?

All Nippon Airways (to Tokyo/Narita)
Philippine Airlines (to Manila)
Air India (to Delhi)
Emirates (to Dubai)

Question 10 of 10

10. Which aircraft does Qatar Airways typically roster on its flagship Doha – Los Angeles link?

Boeing 777-200LR
Boeing 787-9
Airbus A350-900
Airbus A350-1000

You got correct!

Oh dear, a budget, short-haul performance. Better luck next week!

You got correct!

Definitely room for improvement. Better luck next week!

You got correct!

A reasonable effort, but plenty of room for improvement. 

You got correct!

Hey high-flyer! A great effort, well done.