I have referred to a number of different sources to compile this
answer. Once a plane lands, its speed is reduced to taxiing speed; for
take-off, taxiing speed is increased to take-off speed.
For the Boeing 737-800, these are the relevant landing and take-off speeds.
Take-off speed (full):290 km/h
Landing speed: 260 km/h
Take-off speed 290 km/h
Landing speed 205-283 km/h
As for taxiing speeds, these vary at airports and is often left to the
discretion of the pilot and where they are on the airport runway. This
is information for Heathrow (London) airport.
10000 feet is 3048 metres.
The runways at Heathrow (London) are 3902m and 3658m in length.
During the Heathrow Terminal 5 enquiry, air traffic was averaged as follows:
?Taxiing speed: 27.5khp 15 knots?
For Stansted (another UK airport), ?a constant taxiing speed of 15
knots is assumed throughout, although in practice aircraft often taxi
faster than this along straight runs and slower around bends.?
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