Non-stop flight

A non-stop flight, especially in the aviation industry, refers to any flight by an aircraft which does not involve any intermediate stops. A “direct flight” is not the same as a “non-stop flight”. To qualify for this article, an ultra long-haul non-stop flight should be a flight by a commercially operated airliner with: No scheduled intermediate stop of any kind Above about 7,500 miles in route length These flights usually follow a great circle route, often passing over polar regions.

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