By Anton Constantinou
Business travellers are no stranger to a long-haul flight. Many cover great distances on their work assignments and rack up some serious air miles in the process. Last October, the world’s longest non-stop flight ran from Singapore to New York in a record 17 hours and 52 minutes, covering a staggering distance of 9,534 miles. With business travellers embarking on non-stop flights all the time, we thought we’d do some investigating into the costs attached to them.
Using data provided by Skyscanner, we’ve calculated the average cost per mile for the world’s longest non-stop flights.
Please note: All flights referenced are Economy class.
Tracking the Cost Per Mile of the World’s Longest Flights