The Fastest Passenger Aircraft In The Sky |
The Fastest Commercial Passenger
Aircraft That Are Now Out Of Service :
1. Tupolev TU-144, Speed 2430 km/h
2. The Concorde, speed 2179 km/h
3. Convair 880, speed 966 km/h
The Fastest Commercial Passenger
Aircraft That Are Currently Operated :
4. Airbus A380, speed 1020 km/h
5. Boeing 747-8i, speed 988 km/h
6. Boeing 747-400, speed 988 km/h
7. Boeing 787, Speed 954 km/h
The Fastest Private Passenger Aircraft :
8. Cessna Citation X+, Speed 1127 km/h
9. Gulfstream G650, Speed 982 km/h
10. Dassault Falcon 7X, Speed 953 km/h
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The Concorde only used "afterburners per se" to climb to altitude, then it cruised supersonic and didn't need afterburners. Afterburners are used on fighter-jets to increase speed rapidly to get away from the enemy, either to manipulate the aircraft rapidly or fly straight up in altitude. It used to be that the Russian MiG could fly higher than our fighter jets of the time, but that changed when the FA-35 came into existence and our new ones that are too classified to mention.
The Tupolev Tu-144 supersonic passenger jet had four Kolesov RD-36-51 afterburning turbojets so it certainly used them, at least to reach altitude! But there were a lot of difficulties in that aircraft; the aircraft was introduced into passenger service on 1 November 1977, almost two years after Concorde, It crashed, was grounded, and was only used to fly cargo and for pilot training after that.
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Sometimes, the Concorde top speed is frequently said for "crusing speed" was Mach 2.02, but top speed could reach 2400 km/h in one occasion of a test flight at top speed.
Also, sometimes it was said it could fly at 2250 km/h.
I don't know exactly which was the top speed, but, it is certainly stated that the didn't flew it at over Mach 2.02 for better fuel autonomy and for preventing soon fatigue of the Air frame, which increased maintanance costs.
Tupolev TU 144 could be a little faster, but it was unsafe, wasted a lot of fuel, was noisy and polluted a lot too.
It was undergeneered, and had many failures.
In fact, it was used primarily as a cargo aircraft after the 1978 crash and only in the ex USSR. In most cases the flights were sub sonic and, the later models had another engines that were a little more efficient and, it was said that lesser powered, so probably, with the exception of the TU 144 D's (which serial number #2 crashed at Le Bourget in 1973) and the last one (the TU 144 LL modified by NASA) perhaps they didn't reach the stated top speed.
America was jelouse and afraid of Concord, That's why they banned it, Even their fastest war plane could not stay with it across the Atlantic.They had to slow for refuel unlike Concord. also they used the Concord Concept of the Engines on their B1 B2 bombers.
Jet Mech 319th BW GF AFB 65-69. Much appreciated. Loved being in that close to them on full-scale ORIT launches, or DEFCON launch. Not so fun in the middle of blizzards, but we got the job done, even if it meant a last minute engine swap with frozen (or burned from propane heaters) hands. I was also specialist on the AGM 28 Hound Dog missiles carried underwing, same engine as SR-71, more or less. A refueling mistake took out the fuel truck, the missile and the test cell, one day, with three separate explosions. That was a field and track event no one will forget.
I used to watch Concorde powering away over Wiltshire each night at i recall 21.10 on her way to the States, but at a different trajectory to others passing over, which i assumed was due to how fast the world turned under it ???
Concorde is one plane that I dearly wanted to fly in. But, unfortunately, for all the stupid reasons they decided to cease its operation and service. Why do idiots get to make all the key decisions in the world of aviation, I just don't understand ! So, for now, I have to content myself with just directly having personally seen it land and takeoff !
Most passenger planes fly at an air speed of about 550 mph wich is not even Mach 1 ! Mach 1 is 750 mph, Mach 2 is 1520 mph, and Mach 3 is 2350 mph the Concord flew at about 1350 mph ! When the shuttle flew through space it was doing about 17,000 mph now that's fast !!!
Correct, Ken. I sat there behind the bulkhead on the Concorde and watched the instruments read out about 1200 mph at about 58,000' when I flew on her in 1984. Astounding experience! Yes, we could see the curvature of the earth but what surprised me most was that although it was mid-day, the sky was such a dark purple, it was almost black! But what a thrill. Our Captain called her "Our lovely lady" and I thought, she's certainly all of that! It took us about 3 hours and 25 minutes to fly from NY to Orly, (Paris) France. I'm a GA pilot but consider that a thrill of a lifetime!
+waqar wattoo I don't need to, I knew way back when I flew on the Concorde exactly where it stood in design and manufacturing, AS WELL AS IT'S COMPETITORS! Read my comment further down in this section about the TU-144's relationship in time to the Concorde!
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On 10 April 2003, Air France and British Airways simultaneously announced that they would retireConcorde later that year. They cited low passenger numbers following the 25 July 2000 crash, the slump in air travel following the 11 September attacks and rising maintenance costs.
at 5:11 you say The queen of skies is only in service with three major commerical operators - Air China, Korean Air & Lufthansa. But you are showing a video of Qatar Airlines. Should this be corrected. With Qatar is it not four?
Often, Boeing sells their new as well as older aircraft to other countries, for passenger or cargo hauling -- just like we buy used cars, aircraft often have histories as well. But of import, is that foreign aviation policies are often NOT as stringent as the FAA and that includes maintenance as well as pilot training and experience. Even today, over 85% of all aircraft fatalities have been proven to be pilot error.
Me too. I'll NEVER forget that beautiful bird! Worse yet, there will probably never be another like her because they are more interested in the amount of people you can get on a plane instead of the aircraft itself!
Why,it can't be compared with Concorde.55 flights and then flying post to Alma ata compared to 26 years of operation!Without export sales the Tupolev were probably to excpensive to operate in a country were prises wasn't regulated by offer and demand.It was probably a great plane.but a failiure as a passenger plane as the Concode also was.You can not call it a succes when there is no successor.There will not be any new untill they are able to cross the Pacific or reduce the sonic boom so over land flight can be done supersonicly.
Max not actually true. It was commissioned in the early fifties a few years before Concorde. It didn't actually fly until a few months before Concorde and it's designs were reportedly stolen from the Concorde project. It's engines were far inferior. Basically it was a POS
If you wanted to fly in a plane that was so loud you couldn't hear the person sat next to you, that suffered 226 technical failures in it's first 180 hours of flight, that fell to pieces mid-air at the Paris air show in 1973, and only flew once a week between Moscow and Alma-Ata (present-day Almaty) then I guess the TU 144 would be for you. However, IMO it was a third rate knock-off of the far superior Concorde and unworthy of consideration for this list
Ils ont oublié de mentionner le Boeing 707 qui sa vitesse avait atteint1000/H et le Tupolev 154 qui avait atteint la vitesse 1100 km/H lors d'un voyage entre Paris Moscou en année 1977 deux avions très stable surtout dans l'intempérie et vent qui atteint les 100km/heure
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