Mine was 480kts in an EI A333, on my way to Dublin (Max 492.71kts)
I’m waiting for someone to say 1,600 knots airspeed in a Boeing 747-400 and then try to justify it
I remember flying at 540kts (1000km/h) on a BA 744 EZE-LHR. With tailwind of course.
It’s okay! I’m still up!
I got no school for a week anyway😂
I saw that speed in the middle of the Atlantic, so by that point the aircraft must have been well under max weight.
But wouldn’t the tail wind slow down the aircraft a little? (Well unless you had a strong headwind)
About 460knts on a B737-800
How can that happen? I mean, tailwind comes from behind the aircraft.
I don’t know. The last time I flew on the 744 was in 2010. On my last trip I went onboard a B772ER.
Over 1100 kmh with tailwind on a 77W
We’ll be beaten if someone says he/she flew on the Concorde.
1,000,000,000kts in the Millennium Faclon.
I’ve been on Concorde
Guys, looks like Chewbacca is on the forum.
This is only to be used during the take-off roll/ landing stage/ taxi. Not when cruising.
I’m waiting for someone to say 2000 km/h in a Concorde