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- Question 1 of 6
What is the biggest airport – based on enplaned, deplaned and transit passenger size from the list below?Correct
As indicated by Airports Council International (2016), the US hub airport can accommodate 104,171,935 passengers per year.Incorrect
The right answer is Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport. As indicated by Airports Council International (2016), the US hub airport can accommodate 104,171,935 per year.
- Question 2 of 6
Which two car companies also made airplane engines?Correct
Mercedes-Benz and Porsche have supplied engines for planes at various times.Incorrect
The right answer is Mercedes-Benz and Porsche, which have supplied engines for planes at various times.
- Question 3 of 6
The Iconic Boeing 747 jumbo jet went into service in 1970 and continues to be flown. How many of these planes were built?CorrectIncorrect
The right answer is 1,500 ± a few.
- Question 4 of 6
In 1924 the Huff Daland Dusters started crop dusting. Today that has grown into:CorrectIncorrect
The right answer is Delta Airlines.
- Question 5 of 6
The first Airline in the world to have a website was:Correct
Canadian Airlines’s website (www.cdnair.com) was launched in April 1994. In 2002, it merged with Air Canada.Incorrect
The right answer is Canadian Airlines. It was the first airline in the world to have a website (www.cdnair.com) launched in April 1994. In 2002, it merged with Air Canada.
- Question 6 of 6
From the list below, what is the oldest airport that is still operational today?Correct
College Park Airport in Maryland was founded in 1909. It was used as a training field by the Wright brothers and to train military men to fly the U.S. Federal government’s first airplane.Incorrect
The right answer is College Park Airport in Maryland which was founded in 1909. It was used as a training field by the Wright brothers and to train military men to fly the U.S. Federal government’s first airplane.