MISINFO: Impossible speeds of aircrafts
MISINFO: IMPOSSIBLE SPEEDS at 1000′ altitude
Some Pilots claim that it is impossible to fly a Commercial Boeing 757/767 500mph at 1000 feet in Altitude.
9/11: Speeds Reported For World Trade Center Attack Aircraft Analyzed
“Pilots For 9/11 Truth have calculated the Equivalent Airspeed for EA990 peak speed of .99 Mach at 22,000 feet as the equivalent dynamic effects of 425 knots (489 mph) at or near sea level. This airspeed is 65 knots (75 mph) over max operating for a 767, 85 knots (98 mph) less than the alleged United 175, and 5 knots (6 mph) less than the alleged American 11. Although it may be probable for the alleged American 11 to achieve such speed as 430 knots (495 mph) is only 5 knots (6 mph) over that of EA990 peak speed, It is impossible for the alleged United 175 to achieve the speeds reported by the NTSB using EA990 as a benchmark.”
JOHN LEAR (Impossible Speeds debunked)
John Lear – Vanishing Planes & Holographs
IMPOSSIBLE SPEED COMPARISONS
Let me show you some examples of passenger planes flying at very high speeds very low off the ground and then tell me it’s not possible.
Top British pilot fired for performing 320mph ‘fly-by’ just 28 feet from the ground – in a jumbo full of VIPs.
Here are video’s to this Flyover!
The Claim is that this plane was travelling at 700 kmh / 435 mph.
TAP Airbus A310 Low Pass Turn – Portugal Airshow 2007, Evora (Uncut HD Version)
Airbus A310 TAP Portugal Air Show 2007 – Rapada nº4 / Low Pass 4
Airbus A310 TAP Portugal Air Show 2007 – Rapada nº3 / Low Pass 3
RNZAF Boeing 757 Fast Flyby
Tuesday 20 December 2016
More Low passes at high speeds!
www.youtube.com/watch?v=NRMtUh5PjCk (B727 390 knots/430 mph)
www.youtube.com/watch?v=sTMC_EcrAz0 (DC 10)
www.youtube.com/watch?v=zxYYcuw0-NQ (777 AA)
www.youtube.com/watch?v=BZ36dhkpDOY (AA Landing)
www.youtube.com/watch?v=pDz6sEdrcfM (A319 Takeoff)
B-1B Lancer 500mph Flyby!!
The second pass “the wings are fully back…..over 500 miles per hour”
Here is what 500 mph looks like.
F4 Phantom Vs. Wall
Here is what 700 mph looks like
700 MPH @ 100 feet – Blue Angels Sneak Pass
CLAIM: A 767 cannot fly at 500 mph at low altitude!
5 No-planer Claims Refuted
Debunked: Pilots for 9/11 truth WTC speeds
GAC Speed Converter
NOTE: Mach speeds change with altitude, sea level is 762 mph, at altitude
is 660 mph. 40,000 feet is the usual altitude. Please enter numbers only.
OTHER FLY BY PLANES IN NEW YORK
Air Force One Flyby Of Goldman Sachs Tower
Low airplane escorted by jet over lower NYC – 4/27/09
Airforce one flying low with two F16s, what’s going on ????
Planes flying real close to new world trade center
AIRPLANE SPEED STUDY
There were two studies done on the speeds of the two air crafts that hit the Towers. The speed nor the aircraft played a role in the collapse of the Towers but the study said that the speed “exceeded emergency drive” and was in “danger of breaking up.”
Speed Likely Factor In WTC Collapse
“The second plane was flying so fast that it was in danger of breaking up in the air as it approached the south tower, Boeing spokeswoman Liz Verdier told the Times.
“These guys exceeded even the emergency dive speed,” Verdier said. “It’s off the chart.”
Two studies have analyzed the speed of the planes, one by the Federal Aviation Administration in consultation with the National Transportation Safety Board and the other by Eduardo Kausel, a professor of civil and environmental engineering at Massachusetts Institute of Technology.”
“The government’s calculations put the speed of the first plane at 494 mph, and the second at 586 mph. The MIT analysis determined the first plane was traveling 429 mph, and the second 537 mph, The Times said.
The south tower collapsed 56 minutes after the crash. The north tower stood for 102 minutes.
Structural engineers have not determined to what extent the speed of the planes affected how long the buildings stood. They are studying many factors, including the point at which each tower was hit.”
Misinformation. Maybe the impossible speeds aren’t as impossible as people believe. I wouldn’t advise travelling at those speeds and its not recommended due to safety standards but to say it’s impossible is not accurate.