Delta 777-200LR Brisbane (BNE) -Maryland (ADW) Non-Stop…

by Adam

One of Delta’s most popular new non-stop routes, Brisbane, Australia (BNE) to Camp Springs, Maryland (ADW)!


Well, not exactly but Delta did operate a charter for press members who had accompanied President Obama on his Asian / Australian tour last week.

The Delta 777 -200LR supposedly had more than 200 empty seats and completed the journey in 16 hours and 24 minutes, landing at Joint Base Andrews in Maryland a little before 2AM on Monday morning. The total mileage was 9,486, almost 1,000 miles further than the current longest commercial passenger flight – Qantas’ SYD-DFW flight (8,578 miles). You can check out the flight track here and the associated thread here.

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Delta Press Charter


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Tagging Miles Weekly News Roundup: 21 November 2014 – Tagging Miles November 21, 2014 - 8:16 am

[…] Point Me to the Plane reports that Delta operated 777-200LR as a charter from Brisbane, Australia to Joint-Base Andrews (which before was known as Andrews Air Force Base, aka the home of Air Force One) for reporters traveling with the President. […]


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