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Ground Speed, Maximum to go or maximum to control?

Destinova
post Oct 30 2012, 04:02 PM
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Hi @ll,

I've found a swiss webpage that show technical details for the 767-200(ER) airplane type. Here they state:
Hoechstgeschwindigkeit in Bodennaehe (maximum speed at ground level): 914 km/h

I've calculated this for you and the result = 493.52 kn or 567.93 mi/h.

Well I know it's the technical details they state and I got no idea of the possibility. So my question to you is:
"Is it possible to get that speed for real, or is it absolute uncontrollable to fly with that speed, or will the plane break apart before that speed?"

Thanks for your help!

This post has been edited by Destinova: Oct 30 2012, 04:03 PM
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