Secret Life of the Long Haul Flight

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  • Published on:  11/12/2017
  • This 2017 documentary tells the story of the long haul flight. Step inside the Qantas A380 as they make the 11,000 Mile journey from London, England to Sydney, Australia. Each year over 300 million passengers fly over 6 billion miles on long-haul flights. Like flying hotels they transport people across the world in comfort and style but what does it take to keep the giants in the sky?

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  • Ryan Tan (Sep 16, 2018)

    Greetings from Malaysia. Nice put together documentary videos and nice country 🇦🇺.

  • Nerdify (Sep 18, 2018)

    WHY DO THEY NOT TALK ABOUT THE PILOTS I MEAN COME ON THEY HAVE THE HARDEST JOB!!!!!!!!!

  • Mk3 (Apr 11, 2019)

    I think that it’s because they are talking about the longest flight from a passenger's point of view, and who spends the most time with them are the flight attendants. Pilots do have a huge responsibility indeed, so do the flight attendants.

  • Roll Damn Tide (Apr 9, 2019)

    They dont want people knowing EVERYTHING that goes on up there.

  • Zzzlife Zzzlife (Sep 15, 2018)

    What an incredible documentary!!! Beautifully woven with real-life human stories, which are very touching as well. .From an infant to an old man, from animals to machines, from outside crews to inside crews, all nicely covered. Very well done. I have taken many 16-18 hour flights and able to appreciate every moment shown in this documentary. I thoroughly enjoyed every second of this movie. Thank you for making this documentary.

  • Justice Amofa (Nov 12, 2018)

    Amazing documentary. kudos guys.

  • kiney0713 (Oct 26, 2018)

    What a fantastic documentary! So well made and so very gripping! Hats off Chris & crew.

  • khalid company (Jan 29, 2019)

    Yes indeed

  • Corn Dog (Sep 11, 2018)

    Okay. I was able to hang on for twenty minutes, then I had to grab a parachute and jump. Thanks for the lift.

  • Bruce Gou (Dec 24, 2018)

    9:04 for me

  • Oscar L-B (Nov 4, 2018)

    You should have waited for the meal! It was only ten minutes away!

  • Susan H (Sep 21, 2018)

    Flying is often so emotional, the goodbyes and then the reunions and sometimes only goodbyes.

  • Sazi Suber  (Sep 11, 2018)

    Tales of human journies are something worth savouring :)

  • John Lebesis (Sep 12, 2018)

    Really well put together documentary, with a few little tear -jerker stories thrown in for good measure ;) Good job!

  • Peter Navea (Sep 27, 2018)

    Fitty Games foyy

  • Fitty Games (Sep 21, 2018)

    John Lebesis gggggggggggok

  • Freedom Air Helicopters (Nov 25, 2018)

    The stories of the passengers were the most spellbinding of this documentary. I liked how this documentary showed the inner workings of the airline industry, baggage handling, cargo, pets, catering, services, maintenance and of course a stellar crew. You cant say one job is harder than the next as in some of the comments I read. Every person makes the flight successful, from the folks monitoring weather on the ground to the flight crews. Being a member of the industry, a commercial airline pilot m...