Birdwatching wrote:I have found that the eastbound (redeye) transatlantics of 5-6 hours (NY to London, AMS, FRA) are painfully short to get any sort of sleep.
Yflyer wrote:Birdwatching wrote:I have found that the eastbound (redeye) transatlantics of 5-6 hours (NY to London, AMS, FRA) are painfully short to get any sort of sleep.
You think that's bad, my SMF-JFK redeye last month only took 4 hours 30 minutes with the winter tailwinds. Even though skipped the snack and beverage service and tried to get to sleep as soon as we were in the air, that was pretty brutal.
SRQKEF wrote:I love every kind of flight, just being in the air is enough for me.
S75752 wrote:What would you say are your ideal segment lengths for a medium haul or long haul journey that you take frequently or have taken a couple times before, with a max of one stop? (Even flights you haven't taken but still come to mind for you as examples of how you might divide your segments, if you'd choose to divide it at all versus the nonstop)
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