According to Wikipedia, the flight you are referring to, SQ21, got discontinued in November 2013. The runner up, still from Singapore Airlines, SQ37, got discontinued one month earlier.
The same page reports that
QF8 is the current holder of the title of "longest non-stop flight" and has the same destinations as today's QF7 as of February 2017 Qatar Airways flights 920/921, covering 14,534 km (7,848nm / 9,031mi) from Doha, Qatar (DOH/OTBD) to Auckland, New Zealand (AKL/NZAA), beats QF8 by about 395 NM.
If we instead include 1-time-only flight by a commercial airliner, the longest one has been flown in November 2005 between Hong Kong and London, as a demo by Boeing.
The title of absolute longest flight without refueling is instead held by a non-commercial flight done in an aircraft specifically built for the purpose.