Check out the in-flight itinerary for the world’s longest flight

Here’s your first look at what’s in store on the world’s longest flight. Source: Shutterstock.

COME OCTOBER, Singapore Airlines (SIA) will be relaunching the world’s longest flight which will effectively overtake the current longest, Qatar’s 17.5-hour Auckland to Doha route.

To ensure passengers are comfortable on the astounding 18-hour and 45-minute nonstop journey between Singapore and New York, the Southeast Asian airline has worked with health experts, nutritionists, and chefs to cook up an in-flight wellness itinerary.

SIA worked with US-based wellness brand Canyon Ranch to create meals that incorporate ingredients to help keep passengers well nourished, hydrated, and full.

Canyon Ranch is no stranger to the wellness industry, boasting a portfolio of health spa resorts including Las Vegas’ The Venetian and the Palazzo, as well as on a handful of luxurious cruise ships.

For the special nutrition and hydration-focused menu, passengers can expect a prawn ceviche appetizer served with orange, cucumber, grapefruit, scallions, and bell peppers.

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Main course options include a seared organic chicken and spiralized zucchini “pappardelle” with braised tomatoes in a lemon vinaigrette, Parmesan cheese, and micro basil, which is also a gluten-free option for passengers.

For dessert, passengers will be treated to a blueberry-topped lemon angel food cake.

And in the morning, after catching a few good winks, passengers can wake up to a lox eggs benedict served with a whole wheat English muffin, chive cream cheese, and smoked salmon, an omelet made from organic eggs, and a hollandaise sauce made from yogurt.

Singapore Airlines World's Longest Flight Menu

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Together with SIA, Canyon Ranch has also developed sleep and lightning strategies and stretching routines.

This includes ambient lighting to provide a relaxing atmosphere in the cabin and in-flight entertainment that offers a guide on exercises passengers can do in their seats.

In addition to this, the above in-flight wellness features for the Singapore to New York route will also be made available on SIA’s nonstop flights to Los Angeles and San Francisco.

SIA had previously flown a similar route from 2004 until 2013 but canceled it as it fell short of revenue expectations.

When it relaunches in October, the world’s longest flight will utilize the long-range Airbus A350-900ULR, which will have a two-class layout: 67 Business Class seats and 94 Premium Economy Class seats.

For more information, visit Singapore Airlines’ website.