How to Survive the Longest Flight in the World

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Journalist Scott McCartney, He writes for the Middle Seat column in the Wall Street Journal, boarded a nonstop 18-hour flight from Newark, New Jersey to Singapore aka the longest flight in the world. The purpose of taking this flight was to offer helpful tips for such a long flight such as hydrating your throat, your nose, and whole body, wiping down your seat before the flight, moving around when you are in the flight, adjust circadian rhythms with an alarm and restricting the alcohol a bit.

Singapore. After more than 15 hours, the passengers in the back of the airplane are family-road-trip restless: Are we there yet?. Three more hours to go. Riding the longest airline flight in the world is a traveling ultramarathon.


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