British Airways Flight BA038 took departure from London Heathrow Airport on November 10, 2005, and its destination was Hong Kong. The Boeing 777-200ER aircraft, which was being piloted by Captain William Jock Lowe, had 225 passengers on board in addition to 25 staff members. The duration of the flight had been planned out to be 21 hours and 45 minutes.However, as a result of the high headwinds, the duration of the flight was extended to 22 hours and 42 minutes. Because of this, it was the longest trip that a commercial airplane has ever completed. Following the successful landing of the aircraft in Hong Kong, a celebratory champagne toast was held for the people on board.Additionally, a number of additional records have been set by this flight. This flight is the longest non-stop flight that has ever been completed by a commercial airliner, as well as the longest flight that has ever been completed by a Boeing 777.The journey was made feasible by a multitude of variables, such as developments in aviation technology, improvements in fuel efficiency, and accurate weather predictions. It is a demonstration of the development that has taken place in aviation over the course of many years.