SYDNEY • Long-haul flights halfway across the globe are making a comeback even with oil prices close to their highest in four years.
About six months after Qantas Airways started a direct service from Perth to London, Singapore Airlines (SIA) is bringing back its 16,700km jump to New York on Thursday, pipping Qatar Airways' Doha-Auckland route to reclaim the title of the world's longest commercial flight.
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