New Aircraft, Cheap Fuel Bring Back Ultra-Long-Haul Flights

Credit: Icarus
FRANKFURT, LOS ANGELES and AUCKLAND—More and more airlines are giving ultra-long-haul flights another try as two fundamentals have shifted dramatically: Fuel prices are close to where they were when the first experiment on ultra-long-haul flying started 12 years ago; and, possibly more important...

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