What Is the Speed of an Aeroplane?

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Aeroplane speed varies on different aeroplanes. A Boeing 747 Aeroplane which is also known as a Jumbo jet can fly at a speed of 885 kilometres per hour. The 747 is the first ever wide bodied commercial jet and it first flew in 1970. It has four engines which help with propulsion.
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