Air Tahiti Nui is now operating a 16-hour direct flight between French Polynesia to Paris’ Charles de Gaulle Airport.
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As the Coronavirus (COVID-19) scare is rising extra exponentially than anticipated, the nations are taking each potential measure to curb the unfold. In such a disaster time, French airline Air Tahiti Nui has set the report of flying the world’s largest flight, straight for 16 hours. The French airline is operating operations from
French Polynesia to Paris CDG in a now-non-stop route.
Because of COVID-19 flight restrictions, Air Tahiti Nui is working its service to Paris continuous from Papeete—with out its regular cease at LAX.
The flight is longer than SIN-EWR and at 15,715 km it’s also the longest home flight on the planet. https://t.co/n0WdZr37iM pic.twitter.com/SyCPPY2jc1
— Flightradar24 (@flightradar24) March 15, 2020
The flight earlier operated from Paris to Papeete, with a visit Los Angeles, which has now been stopped after the USA posed restrictions over European flights. The Boeing 787-9 of the Air Tahiti Nui is flying with a smaller payload in order to carry out the flight continuous. It will take 16 hours and 30 minutes for the 15,715km journey, which is mainly a home flight.
The flight TN64 began its journey from Tahiti International Airport on Sunday, March 14, and flew continuous to Paris’ Charles de Gaulle Airport. On its web site, the airline specified, “this flight will exceptionally be operated non-stop to Paris-CDG”.
Meanwhile, the French airline operators are on the lookout for different routes to cowl the gap between Paris to Papeete, together with the visit Vancouver or Pointe-a-Pitre, a small island in Guadeloupe. Before the report, Singapore Airlines’ Singapore to Newark service held the report for the longest flight, masking 15,343 km.
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