How fast is a Panavia Tornado?

1,490 mph
Tornado fact file

Date: 1989
Mark: F.3
Crew: 2 (pilot, navigator)
Top speed: 1,490 mph (2,400 km/h)
Range: 1,151 miles (1,853 km)

How fast was the Tornado fighter?

1.3 Mach
With a max speed of 1.3 Mach and an expansive range of integrated weaponry including Paveway IV, Tornado is still the frontline aircraft for our customers, more than 30 years after its entry in to service.

Who owns the most planes in the world?

World Airline Fleets: Top 10 Aviation Armadas With Most Airplanes

  • China Eastern Airlines: 349 planes.
  • Air Canada: 354 planes.
  • Air France: 381 planes.
  • Lufthansa: 401 planes.
  • China Southern: 423 planes.
  • FedEx Express: 634 planes.
  • Southwest: 683 planes.
  • United Airlines: 1,264 planes.

Can you outrun a tornado on foot?

Can you outrun a tornado on foot? DO NOT TRY TO OUTRUN A TORNADO IN YOUR CAR. Tornado winds can blow large objects, including cars, hundreds of feet away. Tornadoes can change direction quickly and can lift up a car or truck and toss it through the air.

What kind of aircraft is the Panavia Tornado?

The Panavia Tornado is the aircraft that belongs to the family of the multirole combat aircraft which have twin engines and variable swept wings. The aircraft was design and manufactured under a joint program of the United Kingdom, West Germany, and Italy.

Where can I find the Panavia Tornado IDS?

Panavia Tornado IDS is a stub article. You can help the Bomberaircraft Wiki by expanding it. This entry is for the Interdictitor/Strike version. Information about the Air Defence version can be found on the Fighter Aircraft Wiki. On 26 March 1969.

Why was the Panavia Tornado put up for export?

The multirole design of Panavia Tornado allowed for it to replace the much older aging aircraft in the fleet the 3 air forces. The aircraft was only put up for export to one other air force which was the RSAF (Royal Saudi Air Force).

When was the first Panavia Tornado test run?

The Pre-development phase began in July 1970, followed in September 1971 by the involved governments declaring their Intention To Proceed (ITP) declared by the involved governments, and the first ground test run of the RB199 engine at Bristol, which took place on 27 September.