It's not dishonesty to ignore every BS claim you make because you need to understand that it wasn't fraudulent.

That is an entirely irrelavent point.

You weren't ignoring BS claims I made.

You were ignoring explanations of why your claims were dishonest.

You have cherry picked which parts you think you can address, while dishonestly ignoring the parts you can't, because you know that they expose your dishonesty.

And now you just double down with that dishonesty.

If you look at the quote above, the total number of flights used for the A318: 24+ 15+23+17+22 = 101 flights used.

Or, we can be more honest and look at what you have actually said:

There is one of the value in the chart and it requires 100 flight to determine. Count how many values on the chart? More than 100, right?

100x100 = 10.000

It is clear with this that you are appealing to the individual cells, not just each row or column.

But what does your quote actually contain:

**A318**

Average of times:1:44

**Average speed: 880kms/1:44=505 kmh.**

Number of considered flights: 24

Average of times:0:44

**Average speed: 402kms/0:44=548kmh. *corrected**

Number of considered flights:15

Average of times: 02:31

**Average speed: 1454kms/02:31= 575 kmh.**

Number of considered flights:23

Average of times: 01:51

**Average speed: 1006kms/01:51= 543kms.**

Number of considered flights: 17

Average of times: 03:26

**Average speed: 2108kms/03:26=613 kmh.**

Number of considered flights:22

Notice, the distance involved varies quite significantly.

From 402 km to 2108 km.

Look at your table, it has different speeds listed for different distances.

That should mean each set corresponds to a different number in the table.

If you want it to be per plane, then you have 14 different rows, giving you roughly 1400 flights, nothing like the 10 000+ you claim.

But more supprising, none of these values appear in your table.

So just where did the numbers in your table come from?

Did you gather data on loads of flights, and just reject it because it doesn't fit your fantasy?

According to this calculation, the sum of the data in only the first column becomes 101x29 = 2929 flights.

Only if you wish to continue with this dishonest BS.

Your table has 14 distinct rows. Don't pretend they are 29 distinct rows. That would be dishonest.

This has also been corrected and applied for different distances.

You mean you have discarded the actual data and replaced it with your fantasy?

Or you can take what I said to be true

Why would I, when you resort to such dishonesty?

There is no reason at all to trust what you say.

What you say is quite obviously false.

You provide a table with rows duplicated, so you have 29 rows, but only 14 unique ones, but then you try and pretend that you did it for 29 different cases, each using over 100 flights.

You have 15 different distances, yet you provide 5 or 7 different distances when you are looking at the flights.

The numbers in your "working" don't match the numbers in your table.

You have provided no reason to trust any of it.