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  • 767 go supersonic.


    Irfan Faiz Nazerollnizam. Computer geek and gamer

  • #2
    Uh..ok...not supersonic. Although I must say that's the fastest I've ever seen a 767 move! Tailwinds up the coast today are CRAZY. Heck a Citation X would be doing 650+ in that!

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    • #3
      The flight could be going faster deliberately to catch up the schedule too.
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      • #4
        Better hurry up posting, the flight is going to arrive and it's speed is now 572kts. For those who missed the supersonic moment it's speed raised up to 610kts a few moments ago.
        Irfan Faiz Nazerollnizam. Computer geek and gamer

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        • #5


          That is the reason why...throw it up to FL360 and look at the pink!

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          • #6
            Now that's amazing! The 767 may be pushed by the winds.
            Irfan Faiz Nazerollnizam. Computer geek and gamer

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            • #7


              AAL 50, DFW to LGW, is doing 592 knots now
              DFW Tower.com

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              • #8
                ACA913, JBU154, and MPH646 are all over 600kts

                ROFLMAO!!! Southwest 2138 doing a grand 270 into the wind!! I feel bad for them.

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                • #9
                  600 kts is the groundspeed. The 767 wasn't making sonic booms or anything.

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                  • #10
                    Guys that's just the Boeing 767NG didn't u hear about that project

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                    • #11
                      That's not that special. I have gone 'supersonic' on many transatlantic flights, on KL 747s and DL 767/777s, going up to 1.300km/h. Obviously, it didn't cause a sonic boom for said reasons, but also, it is not that unusual.

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                      • #12


                        on a NW 744 from PVG-NRT. It actually got up around 730 or so but I had already put the camera away....and yes I know I should have turned the flash off

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                        • #13
                          [photoid=116163]
                          This shows a 576 knot groundspeed and as you can see the wind was 132 knots.

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                          • #14
                            Thanks Anthony, good thing you were here!
                            Irfan Faiz Nazerollnizam. Computer geek and gamer

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