Which is the longest non-stop flight ever made by a commercial airliner?

The latest Boeing 777-200 LR, also known as Worldliner is especially made for long-haul journeys. On November 10, 2005 it flew 21,475 kilometers from Hong Kong to London, Covering the distance in 22 hours, 42 minutes without refueling. During this long flight, the passengers and crew members saw two sunrises.

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