Yahoo Poll: Would you rather fly non-stop for 19 hours, or take a longer broken-up journey?

A new Singapore Airlines route connecting the city-state to New York went into operation on 11 October 2018.

Singapore Airlines‘ direct non-stop flight between Singapore and the New York area began service on Thursday (11 October), exclusively with business class and premium economy seats.

With specially-designed menus that focus on hydration, nutrition, and bold flavours; “subtle sleep strategies” to improve rest quality; and guided stretching exercises, all aspects of the flight are designed to help travellers get through its near 19-hour duration.

Of course, with no economy seating, prices are higher than the norm.

Would you rather pay more to fly non-stop to New York, or would you rather break up your journey and pay less but take a longer time to get there? Have your say in our poll and leave a comment below.

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