|Quoting 777 (Reply 5):|
So, how can be possible to continuously fly at 1100/1200 km/h?
In fact even though you have a strong wind (for instance 200 km/h or more) probably you are still in the range of the transonic air speed...
|Quoting Solnabo (Thread starter):|
Read the Text-Tv this morning, a SAS domestic flight Oslo-Tromsö had strong tailwind and according to the pilot they reached speed of 1,140 km/h! Maybe Rita had to do w/ this strong wind. Guess it was B736, not sure though.
Anyone have more info about this?
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