ULTIMATE IRISH AVIATION QUIZ!

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In honour of St. Patrick’s Day this weekend we have decided to test your knowledge in our Ultimate Irish Aviation Quiz. So grab yourself a Guiness and enjoy the craic!

Question 1 of 10

Aer Lingus commenced operations in what year?.

1934
1935
1936
1937

Question 2 of 10

Aer Arann Islands operates what aircraft on its island-hopping flights between Galway and the Aran Islands?

Britten-Norman Islander
Britten-Norman Trislander
ATR 42
de Havilland Canada DHC-6 Twin Otter

Question 3 of 10

Ryanair began operations in 1985 with a 15-seat Embraer Bandeirante flying between which two airports?

Dublin and London/Luton
Shannon and London/Stansted
Cork and London/Heathrow
Waterford and London/Gatwick

Question 4 of 10

Which Irish airport is frequently voted as having one of the most scenic approaches in the world?

Dublin
Belfast
Donegal
Cork

Question 5 of 10

Charter carrier Eirjet was based at which Irish airport?

Shannon
Dublin
Cork
Belfast

Question 6 of 10

George Best/Belfast City Airport was established by which aircraft manufacturer?

British Aerospace
Boeing
Shorts
De Havilland

Question 7 of 10

Stobart Air was previously known by what name?

Air Ireland
Aer Arran
Air Shamrock
Lucky Airlines

Question 8 of 10

Aer Lingus entered the jet age in 1960 when it introduced what aircraft?

Boeing 720
Douglas DC-8
Hawker Siddeley Trident
Boeing 707

Question 9 of 10

Ryanair is one of the world’s largest largest operators of the Boeing 737. In what year did it begin operating the type?

1993
1994
1995
1996

Question 10 of 10

What is the name of the new transatlantic start up planning on launching flights from Belfast International airport next year?

Irish Atlantic
Fly Atlantic
Shamrock Atlantic
Aer Atlantic

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