Operational experiences of jet transports as determined from NASA VGH records collected during routine airline operations are discussed. The information presented relates to the flight loads, airspeed operating practices, and landing contact conditions. The load sources considered are gusts, maneuver, autopilot, and landing impact. The discussion of airspeeds covers the normal operating speeds, speeds in rough air, and overspeeds. Implications of the data as regards supersonic transport operations are indicated.