Aviation Trivia


#22

No I mean just reading the link it has the answer in the link


#23

Did you Guys Do Guesswork?


#24

Trivia:
TRUE or FALSE

China Airlines is a Chinese airline from China

No racism intended

Answer: The answer to this question is… False!
Congratulations to all of you who picked false! China Airlines is a Taiwanese airline from Taipei.

Thanks everyone :)

  • True
  • False

0 voters


#25

Why would people guess pic 4, it’s a plane that’s in IF!


#26

And also, the links give it away


#27

I’m assuming you mean AGL? For height?


#28

What Plane was cristianed[poll type=regular]

  • Pan Am 707 Clipper America
  • Pan Am 747 Clipper Victor
  • Pan Am 727 Clipper Sam Houston
    [/poll] by Pat Nixon?
    This may be a tricky one but I don’t know if it will be for you guys 😃
    EDIT: Poll is closed
    Good job to people who really know your aviation history, but to those who cheated, which I believe most did but idk, no congrats to you
    Answer: Pan Am Clipper Victor, the first 747 in service

#29

Really, never knew that. Thought they had three.


#30

What is the largest airline in the U.A.E

  • Flydubai
  • Ethiad
  • Emirates
  • Air Arabia
  • Rotana Jet

0 voters

The 95% of the voters got the answer correct. Emirates is the largest airline in the U.A.E.
Note that the poll is now closed.


#31

They’re pretty close but, I know which one it is, what sucks is most people will just show the results before they vote, then vote the right one to not look stupid


#32

Which is the most popular airliner in the world?

  • Airbus A320
  • Boeing 737
  • Boeing 747
  • Boeing 777
  • Airbus A330

0 voters

Congratulations to the 78% of voters who got it right, but also want to thank the people who voted in the poll. Poll is now closed.
Correct answer: Boeing 737


#33

What aircraft does Cathay Pacific NOT operate?

  • Airbus A340-300
  • Boeing 777-200ER
  • Airbus A330-200

0 voters

Doing a quick “test”. Seeing how it goes…


#34

Is Jetconnect (owned by Qantas) a Australian Airline?

https://www.flightdeckconsulting.com/jobs/jet-connect-first-officers/ (Don’t click)

  • Yes
  • No

0 voters


#35

You now that all three are the correct answer right?


#36

Haha yeah they’re all the correct answers if you think about it.


#37

I believe they do operate 777-200ERs. But with derrated engines like Singapore Airlines. So it’s called as 777-200 but the baseline used is 777-200ER version. While A340-300 used to be in the fleet before got retired last March


#38

Trivia: What was the very first Tri-Jet?

Poll closes once we hit 100 voters and the answer will be given then.

Please don’t cheat and hit “show results” because if you do, you will have a high chance of getting it wrong! Feel free to change your answer AFTER you voted.

Edit: I’ll just give the answer now. The answer is the Tupolev Tu-73! Wow you guys are smart! I hope you didn’t cheat at all!

  • DC-10
  • Tupolev Tu-73
  • Tupolev Tu-154
  • Boeing 727

0 voters


#39

Well the A330-200 was used in the mainline fleet also. Either way you look at it there isnt just one option that is correct


#40

Perhaps you meant A330-300? Cathay never operates A330-200 actually 😉


#41

Why are we talking in spoilers?