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Answered 2015-08-04 02:16:01

200 mph (174 knots, 322 km/h). But could push it to 282.

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Answered 2015-08-23 07:52:40

The Lancaster's cruise, fully loaded, was about 195 mph. Faster thasn that was possible but used far too much fuel.

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