Air New Zealand’s first non-stop flight to New York arrived at John F. Kennedy International Airport on Sunday, Newshub reports. The flight departed Auckland at 4pm on Saturday, with a scheduled flight time of 16 hours and 15 minutes. With a distance of 14,215km, it’s the fourth-longest currently operating flight in the world. “As one of the world’s greatest cities, Air New Zealand is proud to add the Big Apple to its list of 29 international destinations,” Air New Zealand CEO Greg Foran said.