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Inside the longest flight ever: 19 hours, 10,000 miles

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Australia’s Qantas Airways has broken the record for the world’s longest nonstop commercial passenger flight: 19 hours and 16 minutes. NBC’s Tom Costello, the only American broadcast reporter aboard, joins TODAY from Sydney, Australia, to reveal what it was like to fly there from New York – 10,000 miles without a stop.