World's Longest Nonstop Flight Starts Flying This Week

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Air travel is rough...I think.

To be honest, I've never been on one. BUT! Handel and Jennifer both fly like birds, and according them life's a B at the airport.

Besides the check-in lineups, security lineups, the boarding lineups, the customs lineups, and the baggage collection lineups, (SO MANY LINEUPS) you're already exhausted!

And that's without factoring in the being shoved into a metal tube with 200 other people part. 

While lengthy flights are notoriously the bane of many travelers' existence, Singapore Airlines is trying to help alleviate the torture.

How you ask?

They're creating what will become the longest nonstop flight in the world.

Clocking in at 19 hours, passengers will be flying  from Newark, New Jersey to Singapore. 

And before you go, "how does making it longer, make this whole thing any better?" they have tried to cover some uncomfortable bases.

Singapore Airlines will make the cabin feel roomier by adding high ceilings, LED lighting, and almost vertical sidewalls. 

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