With fewer people willing to pay premium fares and fuel prices remaining stubbornly high, airlines are cutting back on the halfway-around-the-world nonstop flights, the Wall Street Journal reports. Singapore Airlines is eliminating the two longest flights in the world, between its home city and Newark, N.J., and Los Angeles.
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