The Boeing 787 that landed in Addu breaks record for the longest flight flying 20 hours non stop
On 23rd March 2021 for the first time ever, a Boeing 787-8 Dreamliner landed in Gan International airport. The aircraft belonging to Comlux Aruba has just broken the record for the longest flight ever performed on the Dreamliner.
The Boeing 787-8 Dreamliner registration P4-787 is owned by Comlux Aruba. The company provides aviation services that include aircraft sales and acquisitions, aircraft operations and charter management, cabin interiors, maintenance, and upgrades.
The 787 first arrived in Male’ from Cairo, Egypt before flying to Gan International Airport. Then after the 787 returned to Male’ before starting an 8-hour journey to Seoul, South Korea.
On 28th March the 787 stretched to its maximum limits flying an incredible 12,106 mile, 20 hours non-stop flight from Seoul, South Korea to Buenos Aires, Argentina breaking the record for the longest flight ever operated on the Dreamliner.
Interestingly, in the last couple of weeks alone the 787 has flown all across the globe flying to Maldives, Oman, Egypt, South Korea, Denmark, New Zealand, Guam, and more.
It’s been quite an interesting few weeks for the Dreamliner that was just acquired by the company only over a month ago.