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|Top Speed Of A Boeing 767 !?; hmm|
|Topic Started: Jul 22 2008, 03:32 AM (7,507 Views)|
|sparkoflife420||Jul 22 2008, 03:32 AM Post #1|
Wikipedia, Boeing 767
Maximum Cruise speed
Mach 0.86 (493 kn, 568 mph, 913 km/h at 35,000 ft cruise altitude)
FEMA Report of Flight 175
590 mph / 514 knots / M0.771
|JFK||Jul 22 2008, 12:30 PM Post #2|
No, that sounds about right at that altitude.
The GPS on my laptop recorded 560 MPH top speed over Chicago @ 30,000 ft. in a 737 years ago on a flight from Las Vegas to Manchester NH.
BTW, my cellphone did not work.
|sparkoflife420||Jul 22 2008, 01:03 PM Post #3|
||So that means no plane could go 590mphs at 700ft Alt.|
|JFK||Jul 22 2008, 02:00 PM Post #4|
Incorrect. I can not get into details but a commercial jet the size of a 7*7 cannot go 590 mph @ 700 ft without overstressing.
|sparkoflife420||Jul 22 2008, 04:22 PM Post #5|
||Thats what i just said, that means that Flight 175 did not hit the trade center.|
|Headspin||Jul 22 2008, 04:33 PM Post #6|
or it could mean that the FEMA report is not accurate
or it could mean that flight 175 hit the tower overstressed.
what do you think is more likely?
|JFK||Jul 22 2008, 05:40 PM Post #7|
FWIW - RADES 84 data on 175 immediately prior to impact.
Time = 11.005 seconds
Distance = 8528.6 ft.
Miles traveled in 11.005 seconds = 1.6152651515151515151515151515152
60 seconds / 11.005 = 5.4520672421626533393911858246252
Miles per minute = 8.8065342199826525133203915575565
Miles per hour = 528.39205319895915079922349345339
|sparkoflife420||Jul 22 2008, 08:51 PM Post #8|
Still impossible at 700ft Alt.
|JFK||Jul 22 2008, 09:46 PM Post #9|
For extended periods, yes.
For a few dozen seconds, no.
There is one vid out there of the second impact where you can actually see the wing flex.
|JackD||Jul 27 2008, 12:36 PM Post #10|
767s can only make high speed manuevers that exceed the tolerances if flown by ace suicide muslim hijacker pilots./
FEMA/NIST fudged their data to get the highest possible impact speed to jimmy their impact--> collapse scenario.
|DoYouEverWonder||Jul 28 2008, 06:23 AM Post #11|
Top Speed Of A Boeing 767?
Whatever speed a cruise missile flies at.
|ShaDow||Jul 29 2008, 06:18 AM Post #12|
Are you suggesting it was a missile and not a plane? DoYouEverWonder?
Edited by ShaDow, Jul 29 2008, 06:19 AM.
|French St||Jul 30 2008, 02:09 AM Post #13|
According to National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST), United Airlines 175 impacts the WTC-2 at a velocity of 542 miles per hour, with an inaccuracy of ± 24 miles per hour. See this link - Page 24:
542 miles per hour equals 795 feet per second. It must be remembered that the width of the twin towers was 207 feet. Link:
Marwan Yousef al-Shehhi was named by the FBI as the suicide pilot aboard United Airlines Flight 175 which crashed into the second World Trade Center tower on September 11, 2001. He trained at the Huffman Aviation pilot school with Mohammed Atta. At 23 years of age, he was youngest of the four pilots. Link:
Quote: " al-Shehhi returned to Germany in March, 2000, and began to learn to fly a jet. Ali Abdul Aziz Ali, one of the most important 9/11 financial organizers, bought a Boeing 747 flight simulator program using al-Shehhi's credit card. Eventually they decided that German flight schools would not work for them, and they decided to train in the United States.
In the United States 2000
Al-Shehhi was the first of the Hamburg group to leave for the United States. He arrived in Newark, New Jersey on May 29, 2000. Mohammed Atta joined him the next month, and the two began to search for flight schools. Al-Shehhi posed as a body guard of a "Saudi Arabian royal family member" (really Atta) while the two of them took flying lessons in Venice, Florida. They also logged hundreds of hours on a Boeing 727 flight simulator. They received their licenses by December of 2000. Their expenses were paid for by Ali Abdul Aziz Ali. On the 26th or 27th, Atta and Marwan abandoned a Piper Cherokee that had stalled on the runway of Miami International Airport. On the 29th, Atta and Marwan went to the Opa-Locka Airport and practiced on a Boeing 727 simulator."
Apparently Marwan al-Shehhi Yousef has never practiced a flight simulator of a Boeing 767, as Mohammed Atta:
Quote : "On November 5th (2000), Atta purchased flight deck videos for Boeing 747-200 and Boeing 757-200 models from Sporty's Pilot Shop in Batavia, Ohio. On December 11th, Atta purchased additional flight deck videos for Airbus A320 and Boeing 767-300ER models from the same store in Ohio. On December 21st, both Atta and Marwan were granted their pilot licenses. On the 26th or 27th, Atta and Marwan abandoned a Piper Cherokee that had stalled on the runway of Miami International Airport. On the 29th, Atta and Marwan went to the Opa-Locka Airport and practiced on a Boeing 727 simulator."
Quote : "By 8:58, the plane was heading towards New York City and descended from an altitude of 28,500 feet over New Jersey. From the time al-Shehhi completed the turn toward New York (approximately 8:58) to the moment of impact (9:02:40), the plane went into a sustained power dive, descending more than 24,000 feet in 4 minutes 40 seconds, for an average rate of over 5,000 feet per minute. New York Center air traffic controller Dave Bottiglia reported he and his colleagues "were counting down the altitudes, and they were descending, right at the end, at 10,000 feet per minute. That is absolutely unheard of for a commercial jet."
1) 9/11 - Flight175 (CBS dive bomber - full)
2) 9/11 United 175 Nose Dive Bomber
3) Air traffic Controller Describes Flight 175 Anomalies:
4) Pilots Discuss Difficulty of WTC Attacks :
5) Pilot who flew 2 planes used on 9/11 doesn't believe official story :
Link : "Automated Precision Satellite Guidance Of 9/11 type Aircraft Largely Possible Just Before Attacks.":
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