cruising speed


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cruising speed

[ˈkruːzɪŋspiːd] nvelocità f inv di crociera
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The E-184 drone, which is powered by four propellors, has a cruising speed of up to 100 kilometers per hour.
The car may be two thirds the weight of the donor and so take much less time and fuel to reach cruising speed.
What separated him from the others was his cruising speed and his ability to quicken off it.
This plane has a cruising speed of approximately 170 mph, and in scheduled operation has maintained a station-to-station speed of 155 mph.
Top speed is 85mph with a realistic cruising speed of 50-60mph.
According to a company statement, the turboprop business aircraft TBM 700 powered by 850 hp engine is famous for its dependability, and the TBM 850 is capable of combining the cruising speed and flying times distinctive of light jets with operational expenses, low environmental impact, range and outstanding load bearing capacity for any turboprop aircraft.
An 850 hp engine version of the turboprop business aircraft TBM 700, known for its reliability, the TBM 850 combines the cruising speed and flying times typical of light jets with operating costs, low environmental signature, range and excellent payload of turboprop aircraft, a statement said.
167 to take off with enough fuel to fly to your destination, fly to an alternate airport, and then fly for an additional 45 minutes at cruising speed.
It can fly for 4 hours at a maximum cruising speed of 100 km per hour.
By now our boat is at cruising speed, but I think we could put it all the way to flank speed and the gulls would still flank us.
Chasing will be his game next season, with the Arkle at Cheltenham the long-term target and his cruising speed should mean he is fully effective at two miles over fences.
It also maintains a minimum pre-set distance, accelerating back to cruising speed once the road is clear.