Historic Aviation Quiz
How good is your aircraft recognition? Can you recognise these Great War types?
Earlier this week Airliner World was invited to the British Airliner Collection at Duxford for an exclusive behind-the-scenes look at the collection! So what better topic to get the grey matter working this week than a deep dive into the fascinating history of some of these iconic aircraft on display.
After months of speculation, it’s finally happened. The last ever Boeing 747 to be built was handed over on January 31 in a ceremony at Paine Field. To mark the occasion, we’ve a special jumbo-themed edition of our commercial aviation quiz. Good luck, and long live the Queen of the Skies!
It’s been a remarkable year for the aviation industry, with highs, lows and no shortage of drama. To reflect on an incredible 12 months, Key Aero presents the last of a special four-part quiz designed to test your knowledge of the big stories that have shaped the sector.
With the World Cup about to kick off in Qatar, national teams from around the globe have jetted to the Middle East. From VIP jets to special charters, in this special edition of our weekly quiz, we're testing your knowledge of how the international squads have reached Doha. Good luck!
With November 18, 2022, marking the 70th anniversary of Capt J Slade Nash USAF setting a world speed record of 698.505mph over a 3km course across Southern California’s Salton Sea in F-86D Sabre 51-2945, we dedicate this week’s Historic Aviation Quiz to North American’s ‘Sabre Dog’…
How good is your aircraft recognition? Can you recognise these experimental types?