Four hours and 56 minutes. That's all the time that it took for British Airways Flight 112 to fly from New York's JFK International Airport to London Heathrow early on Sunday.
According to the flight tracking service Flightradar24, the flight broke the previous transatlantic record of 5 hours and 13 minutes between New York and London.
A jet stream at more than 260mph turbo-charged the trans-Atlantic British Airways flight, which departed New York at 6:20pm and landed in London at 4:43am on Sunday, nearly two hours ahead of schedule.
The jet stream is the zone of strong winds around 30 000 feet high in the atmosphere, along which storms track. Many commercial aircraft hitch a ride along the jet stream to give themselves a speed boost.