Correct answer is... 180 km/h. It is equal to 97 kn or 112 mph. It is lower value then max speed of other aircrafts of a similar size. Average is about 389 km/h (210 kn or 241 mph).
The maximum speed most frequently is a term for so-called never exceed speed. Above this speed, the Richard-Penhoët 2 can suffer considerable damage. There are also three other types of speed that can be called "maximum speed": Vno (normal operation speed) is the maximum allowable speed of normal operation, Vb (design speed for maximum gust intensity) is the maximum speed in rough air, and Va (design maneuvering speed) is the maximum speed at which the rudders can be maximally deflected.
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