Wait so does it count or not? Just wondering…
So why does @anon77793723 still have the record for the XCub? He/ She only got 29 knots. I got 127 knot gs.
If you want I’ll flag this for closure and make a new one.
I will wait 24 hours to see the last update .
Why have I still not been added?
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Once I tried to land an a321 without flaps at 300kts and guess what happened…
Just got reminded of this topic and checked one of my old flights.
Looks like I have the record for the A350 NOW!
at the time winds were over/around 180 knots! it was also a this day that both BritishAirways and VirginAtlantic set the new record this year IRL for fastest trans-atlantic crossing
The BY155 guy would also have the new record for the 787-9 at a whopping 690 knots but since he hasn’t replied here we’ll just leave that.
Sry I can’t edit the thread anymore. I’ve exceeded the time limit of editing. I’m trying to find someone who can do a second edition for this.
I don’t know if it’s possible but mods might be able to turn this to a Wiki still and all TL3s be able to edit
Like I said I can make another edition. I just need approval from you to do it.
@MKAviationYT What airspeed were you going…because unless you had a 200kt+ tailwind at 19000ft (which is extremely unlikely) you were definitely going over the aircraft’s limits - which makes this speed invalid.
I never heard you ask. But yeah I approve of you for the creation of a second edition of this thread.
Great. Expect it to be made sometime before thanksgiving. Might even be made tonight.