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Because of an unexpected delay, a Hawaiian Airlines flight took off in 2018 and landed in 2017.

Reports suggest that a Hawaiian Airlines flight that took-off on January 1, 2018, from Auckland, landed in Honolulu on December 31, 2017.

While it caused confusion for a number of social media users, the post left many people joking about time travel with a number of references to Lost, Back to the Future and Cher's song 'If I could turn back time'. A time travel-like occurrence courtesy a flight from New Zealand to Hawaii will give sci-fi nerds something to talk about for days.

It's not so complicated and apparently very common. Perhaps the flight attendants wanted to have their own toast in one time zone before heading to another.

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Because Auckland is 23 hours ahead of Honolulu, the plane "time traveled" as it crossed the International Date Line.

The anomaly was noticed by an American journalist which, even though quite common, amazed Twitter.

Celebrations to ring in the new year have rippled across the globe, from New Zealand, Australia and Singapore to the United States.

Passengers of HA446, a flight of Hawaiian Airlines, were amazed to know that plane flies them back into 2017.


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