Sherman, Freddy
November 2015
Business Traveler;Nov2015, p22
The article focuses on longest long haul flights and airlines that offer them. The longest flights include Delta Air Lines' flight between Atlanta, Georgia and Johannesburg in South Africa, Quantas Airways' flight from Dallas, Texas to Sydney in New South Wales, and American Airlines' flight from Hong Kong, China to Dallas. Also discussed in the rebranding of the Dallas Fort Worth International Airport and satisfaction among U.S. air travelers.


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