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1) Do not carry any passengers or freight. That saves weight and gives you a longer range.

2) Do the trip in a number of stages, refuelling on the way. E.g. USA - Newfoundland - Iceland - Scotland - London.

3) Take all the seats and anything else that is removable out. That saves weight and gives you a longer range. Send the saets by sea (or freight aircraft) and re-install them at the destination.

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