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I flew on Qantas’ ‘Project Sunrise,’ a nonstop flight from New York to Sydney, Australia, which took almost 20 hours and covered nearly 10,000 miles — here’s what it was like

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  • Qantas just completed the first-ever nonstop flight between New York and Sydney, Australia, designated “Project Sunrise,” and Business Insider was on board.
  • The flight — which lasted 19 hours and 16 minutes and covered almost 10,000 miles — was a research flight, as Qantas staff and scientists studied how to help passengers and crew stay adequately comfortable and rested on an ultra-long-haul flight.
  • Researchers closely monitored pilots and flight attendants, and tested a new cabin service flow meant to help minimize jetlag.
  • It was a fascinating and enlightening experience, and left me feeling great for a morning in Sydney. Read on read more >>>

    Source : BusinessInsider.Com





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