Hawaiian Air Flight That Took off in 2018 Will Land in 2017

Lucy Bush
January 13, 2018

An unexpected delay has caused an worldwide flight to depart in 2018 and arrive at its destination in 2017 - and it has left many people scratching their heads.

However, Flight HA446 was not the only one that travelled from 2018 to 2017.

The tweet read, "Because of an unexpected delay, Hawaiian Airlines flight 446 took off in 2018 and will land in 2017". Out of hundreds on board, a journalist from Washington was the first one to notice the time difference.

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We have come so far in the world of technology and yet time travel is still a thing of fantasy.

In case anyone is wondering: no, time travel is still not feasible.

Flight HAL446 took off from New Zealand's Auckland in 2018 and landed in Hawaii's Honolulu in 2017.

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Honolulu is a full 23 hours behind Auckland, with the plane crossing the International Date Line on the way. While others couldn't help but make plenty of pop culture jokes, from a confused Dr. Phil to Lost to Back to the Future.

Interestingly, this "back to the future" phenomenon nearly didn't happen.

However, it was revealed later that the flight was delayed for 10 minutes.

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The flight was originally meant to depart Auckland at 11:55 p.m., according to flight data tracker FlightAware, before a 10-minute delay pushed its take off into the new year - making the jump back to yesteryear possible. "We left NZ in 2017, flew into 2018 and flew back into 2017".

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