Boeing Launch Customers Quiz

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Question 1 of 10

Pan American World Airways was first to order which two Boeing jetliners?

Boeing 707 and 727
Boeing 707 and 737
Boeing 707 and 747
Boeing 727 and 747

Question 2 of 10

Lufthansa was the first non-US carrier to become a Boeing launch customer, but

for which single-aisle type?

Boeing 707
Boeing 720
Boeing 727
Boeing 737

Question 3 of 10

Which two airlines were fastest out of the gate to sign for the Boeing 757?

Eastern Airlines and British Airways
Delta Air Lines and Monarch Airlines
United Airlines and LTU
Eastern Airlines and Singapore Airlines

Question 4 of 10

United Airlines has been the launch customer for more Boeing airliners than any

other company, but which three jets was it quickest to endorse?

Boeing 727, 737 and 767
Boeing 727, 767 and 777
Boeing 707, 727 and 757
Boeing 727, 777 and 787 Dreamliner

Question 5 of 10

Which is the only Boeing 747 variant not to have a launch customer?

Boeing 747-100
Boeing 747-200
Boeing 747-300
Boeing 747-400

Question 6 of 10

Which of the following airlines was not the first to commit to a Boeing 747 variant?

British Airways

Question 7 of 10

The Boeing 717-200 was first ordered by which now-defunct carrier?

Trans World Airlines
Aerolineas de Baleares (AeBal)
Olympic Airlines

Question 8 of 10

Japan Airlines launched two 747 variants designed specifically for its home

market, but what were they?

Boeing 747-100SR and 747-300D
Boeing 747-100SR and 747SP
Boeing 747-100SR and 747-400D
Boeing 747SP and 747-400D

Question 9 of 10

Which of the following airlines did not launch a Boeing 787 Dreamliner


All Nippon Airways
Air New Zealand
Singapore Airlines
Japan Airlines

Question 10 of 10

The Boeing 777X was launched with a flurry of commitments from Middle

Eastern airlines at the 2013 Dubai Airshow, but which company pipped

Emirates, Etihad Airways and Qatar Airways to the post?

British Airways
Cathay Pacific
Singapore Airlines

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