CNN's Richard Quest flew on the world's longest nonstop flight, from Singapore to New York, this week.
In a live blog for CNN, Quest explained that the flight, on Singapore Airlines, lasted 17 hours and covered more than 16,700 kilometers in the sky.
The flight's path went from the northern Pacific Ocean, over Alaska, through northern Canada and then into New York.
Two teams, which each have a captain and first officer, shared the flying responsibilities.
The two teams change every three to five hours. When not flying the plane, the other team finds time to sleep.
The flight landed after more than 17 hours in the air on Friday morning.
Read more: See all the highlights from the flight at CNN.