China’s High-Speed train set new world record of 486.1 kms per hour. The train CRH380A hit a speed of 486.1 kms per hour to set a new world train operational speed record on world’s longest high-speed rail line. China on Saturday December 11, 2010 launched the world’s fastest train service covering a distance of 1,068 kms at the average speed of 350 kms an hour. The distance between Wuhan in central China and Guangzhou in the country’s south was covered by the high-speed train in two hours forty five minutes. The train reached a maximum speed of 394.2 km per hour during trial runs that begun on December 9. Officially, on Dec. 26 the world’s fastest train will be open for traffic on high-speed railway Wuhan-Guangzhou for the longest in the world and is a ‘record’ is also on the speed. Distance more than a thousand kilometers to be covered in three hours at an average speed of 340 kilometers per hour.