Quiz: Less Than 5% Of People Will Pass This Test About Airplanes. Can You?

You will only pass if you are airworthy!

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 Nov 11, 2019
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Question: 1/30Choose Your Answer:


Which US airport is home of the National Air and Space Museum?
Dulles
LAX
O'Hare

Question: 2/30Choose Your Answer:


What does "TWA" stand for?
Trans World Airlines
Trans Western Airlines
Total World Airlines

Question: 3/30True or False:


Delta airline began as a crop dusting company in Louisiana.
False
True

Question: 4/30Choose Your Answer:


Where does WOW Air originate from?
Italy
Iceland
The Netherlands

Question: 5/30Choose Your Answer:


Who was the first ever successful aircraft?
Wright brothers
Smith brothers
James brothers

Question: 6/30True or False:


JFK airport is not an international airport.
True
False

Question: 7/30True or false:


Flying is the safest way to travel.
True
False

Question: 8/30Choose Your Answer:


What is the world's oldest airline?
KLM
Spirit
United

Question: 9/30Choose Your Answer:


What plane was made of wood and flown only once by its owner, Howard Hughes?
The Pine Penguin
The Spruce Goose
The Mahogany Mongoose

Question: 10/30True or False:


Charles Lindbergh made the first solo non-stop flight between New York City and Paris in 1927.
True
False

Question: 11/30Choose Your Answer:


What is the name of the US Air Force aircraft that transports the President?
US One
Air Force One
America's Flyer

Question: 12/30Choose Your Answer:


Who was the first woman to fly solo across the Atlantic Ocean?
Harriet Quimby
Amelia Earhart
Bessie Coleman

Question: 13/30Choose Your Answer:


Who was the first man to break the sound barrier?
Neil Armstrong
Buzz Aldrin
Chuck Yeager

Question: 14/30Choose Your Answer:


What plane could cross the Atlantic in 3.5 hours?
The Enola Gay
The Concorde
The Spruce Goose

Question: 15/30Choose Your Answer:


Which Renaissance artist made prototypes of flying machines?
Leonardo da Vinci
Raphael
Michelangelo

Question: 16/30Choose Your Answer:


What was John F. Kennedy Airport originally named?
Buffalo Airport
New York City Airport
Idlewild Airport

Question: 17/30Choose Your Answer:


In what American city is the world's busiest airport located?
Los Angeles
Atlanta
Boston

Question: 18/30Choose Your Answer:


What was the name of the German airship that crashed and burned in New Jersey in 1937?
The Heidelberg
The Bilderberg
The Hindenburg

Question: 19/30Choose Your Answer:


In "Rain Man," Dustin Hoffman says he would be willing to fly on only one airline because of its safety record, what was the airline?
Alitalia
KLM
Qantas

Question: 20/30Choose Your Answer:


Where did the first historic flight take place?
The English Channel
Kitty Hawk, North Carolina
Fargo, North Dakota

Question: 21/30True or false:


A Zeppelin is the same as a blimp.
False
True

Question: 22/30Choose Your Answer:


Aer Lingus originates from what country?
Wales
France
Ireland

Question: 23/30Choose Your Answer:


What plane is called the "Queen of the Skies"?
Boeing 747
Boeing 757
DC-10

Question: 24/30True or False:


American Airlines saved $40,000 in 1987 by not serving real sugar.
True
False

Question: 25/30Choose Your Answer:


What word describes the fear of flying?
Airophobia
Arachnophobia
Aerophobia

Question: 26/30Choose Your Answer:


What is the international language of flight?
Spanish
Russian
English

Question: 27/30Choose Your Answer:


In what year was hijacking an airline banned?
1961
1925
1914

Question: 28/30True or False:


British Airways passengers consume six tons of caviar per year.
True
False

Question: 29/30Choose Your Answer:


What is hand-baggage or luggage that has not been checked-in called?
Carry-on
Purse
Handbag

Question: 30/30True or false:


The vertical stabilizer keeps an aircraft flying straight.
False
True
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