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What is the maximum distance one of Tony Stark's Iron Man suits can fly for without having to stop to recharge?

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We've actually only ever seen one instance of an Iron Man suit reaching it's maximum distance in the films so far, and that's in Iron Man 3, when Tony (knocked unconscious after the Mandarin attack on his house in Malibu) wakes up in rural Tennessee.

Google maps claims that the distance between Malibu and Tennessee is 2069.4 miles, meaning that the before running out of power, Tony Stark's Mark 42 armour flies for roughly 2000 miles non-stop.

However, it should be noted that the Mark 42 is both an experimental design, and one that is quite severely battle damaged, so it may be that other Iron Man suits can travel for further distances without running out of power.

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