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What a 19-Hour Nonstop Flight Can Teach Us About Jet Lag | WSJ

Qantas just completed a record-breaking 19-hour, 16-minute nonstop flight from New York to Sydney. It’s one of three research flights to determine if the routes can be made commercial and–researchers hope–teach us how to avoid the dreaded jet lag.

Photo: James D. Morgan/Qantas

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