|Quoting C172 (Reply 15):|
I believe the Focker F-100 was one of the louder jets back in the day. We would always say "that's a loud Focker!"
|Quoting Access-Air (Reply 5):|
Except maybe the RAF VC-10s
|Quoting EurofleetLHR (Reply 23):|
How I miss those screaming VC-10's at LHR - most definitely the loudest subsonic 'liner ever.
|Quoting An-225 (Reply 42):|
You're all wrong. An-22/Tu-114 and Tu-95 are probably the loudest. You will start hearing and feeling the rumble about 3 minutes before you see the plane pass above you.
|Quoting B2707SST (Reply 10):|
The FAA has a very handy database containing certified noise levels for every aircraft and engine combination certified in the US and many foreign models as well.
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