Women fly the world’s longest airspace for 17 consecutive hours

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Air India Boeing 777

Bangalore: A woman-controlled plane has crossed the world’s longest airstrip and landed in Karnataka. The Air India Boeing 777, flown by four women, landed at the Bangalore airport 16,000 km from San Francisco. The plane flew non-stop for 17 consecutive hours and landed in Bangalore.
The historic Air India flight was officiated by Captain Zoya Agarwal, Captain Thanmani Papagari, Captain Akansha Sonawane, Captain Shivani Manhas. Captain Zoya Agarwal responded that she was proud to be a part of history.
It was also the first non-stop flight from San Francisco to Bengaluru. This is the first time in the world that a woman-only aircraft has flown this far without stopping anywhere else.