They rang in 2018 - then their flight took off back into 2017. Well, at least it was for the passengers and flight crew aboard that flight!
Flight HA446 of Hawaiian Airlines took off in 2018 and landed in 2017. The International Date Line zig-zags from the North Pole to the South Pole through the sparsely populated Pacific Ocean.
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As we cross over into 2018, a Hawaiian Airlines flight reminds us that time is actually fake. Thanks to the different time zones across the globe! The flight was travelling from Auckland, New Zealand to Honolulu.
The time difference between the two destinations is almost a day - with Auckland's time being 23 hours ahead of the Hawaiian capital.
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It will also have customized features such as purpose-built locker rooms, medical and media facilities and a dedicated entrance. The NFL have confirmed ticketing information on the three NFL London 2018 games will be available on January 18.
Flightradar24, which keeps track of flight patterns across the world, tweeted that "time travel is possible". However, because of a 10-minute delay, the flight didn't end up taking off until 12.05 am on Monday, Jan. 1, 2018. She even enjoyed complimentary Champagne, which seems appropriate. And we got free champagne on the plane. Something about the prospect of going back into the past is exciting.
Interestingly, this "back to the future" phenomenon nearly didn't happen.
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Over at the rear, it also gets a 23MP main camera that can do 4K videos plus a fingerprint sensor which unlocks on a single touch. As above, Sony has advised only the XA2 is heading to Australia, though if they change their minds we'll be sure to let you know.
However, an unexpected 10-minute delay meant that it took off at 12:05 a.m. on January 1, 2018. So, it actually left at 12:05 am on January 1, 2018.