By Nathalie Craig20 Jun 2018Ultra long-haul flying, a necessary evil that comes with travelling the world. Especially if you’re an Aussie or a Kiwi (we’d love to visit you in Europe, just give us a day or two to get there).As the length of non-stop flights keep increasing, are you still up-to-date with the lengthiest routes across our skies?We’ve put together a list of the five longest flights (along with all the key figures you need to know) so that you can impress your clients next time they ask about long-haul flying. You’re welcome. 1. Newark, New Jersey to SingaporeAviation geeks, don’t yell at us. We know no one is flying this route right now but Singapore Airlines has confirmed it will begin flying the crazy long route from October this year.Distance: 15,300 kilometresTime: 18 hours 45 minutes 2. Auckland, New Zealand, to Doha, QatarIf we’re strictly speaking about the longest route in the world today, then this Qatar Airways flight is the one. Lucky they have good in-flight service.Distance: 14,500km kilometresTime: 17 hours, 40 minutes 3. Perth, Australia, to London UKThe Flying Roos’ famous non-stop flight to London made history when it started back in March as the first commercially scheduled non-stop service between Australia and Europe.Distance: 14,498 KilometresTime: 17 hours, 20 minutes 4. Auckland, New Zealand, to Dubai, United Arab EmiratesThis lengthy Emirates flight is another killer for circulation. Let’s hope the in-flight movies are good.Distance: 14,200 kilometresTime: 17 hours, 5 minutes5. Los Angeles to SingaporeThe United Dreamliner 787Yes, the flight time on this United service is longer than number 4, but the kilometers, slightly lessDistance: 14,113 KilometresTime: 17 hours 55 minutes READ: QF & QR DETHRONED: Singapore Airlines to launch world’s longest flight to NEW YORKREAD: Qantas considers ‘Exercise Class’ or ‘Sleep Class’ for ultra long-haul flightsREAD: Can you guess the the world’s longest non-stop flight route?Did you know the longest flights in the world off the top of your head? Kudos to you if you did! Other stories you may likeEND OF AN ERA: Airbus painfully decides to discontinue the A380WOW: Qantas uses virtual reality to reveal the design of its new First LoungeMAKING WAVES: All the deets on 6 of the most exciting new cruise ships!