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Thu Jan 20, 2000 3:02 am

Which airline operates the longest non-stop or with stops, route. for example KE operates SEL-LAX-RIO or SAO. So which airline operates the longest route(s)?


RE: Routes

Thu Jan 20, 2000 5:27 am

I'm not sure but I once read about a Canada 3000 757 flight that spanned some 20000 kilometres with 5 stops, it sounded as one of the coolest flights around but I don't know much about it and if they still fly it.

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JFK-JNB Longets Non Stop

Thu Jan 20, 2000 5:35 am

i read once on usa today that JFK-JNB by SA is the longest non stop commercial flight,it's so long that SA on return flight has to stop at SAL in cap verde to refuel because of head wind.
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Canada 3000

Thu Jan 20, 2000 7:04 am

Canada 3000 has the route LHR-YYZ-YVR-HNL-FIJ-SYD on the A330, and the 757.
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RE: Canada 3000

Thu Jan 20, 2000 7:18 am

I can't believe that a 757 could do that. Where is FIJ? Never heard of it. I think AC has a 5 stop route. Flight 1608. YQT-YWG-YXE-YYC-YLW-YVR-YYJ. That route is run by a dash 8.