How Fast Does a Jumbo Jet Fly?


A jumbo jet, commonly referred to as 747-400 jet typically takes off at a speed of between 290 km/h (180mph) and cruises at a speed of 910 km/h (565 mph). The jumbo jet can carry more than 240,370 L of fuel making it possible to fly long routes, such as Melbourne to Los Angeles.
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