During take‐off, the Boeing 767 sucks in enough air to fill the Goodyear Blimp in ____ seconds:
What is the oldest airport in continuous operation in the U.S.?
Continental Aerospace Technologies is an aircraft engine manufacturer that has changed its name several times.
What was the original name of the company when it started manufacturing aircraft engines in 1929?
The H‐4 Hercules is known by another name, what is it?
O’Hare Airport got it three‐letter IATA code ORD due to the former name of the airport. What was its name before being renamed O'Hare International Airport in 1949.
Lycoming Engines has roots going back to the 1880’s in Williamsport, Pennsylvania and was sometimes called “Demorest Manufacturing Company”.
What was the primary product manufactured?
Piper Aircraft Inc. was originally founded as the Taylor Brothers Aircraft Manufacturing Company in September 1927.
After William Piper became full owner he changed the name to Piper Aircraft Corporation in what year?
The Lockheed SR‐71 Blackbird is the world's fastest airplane. What MACH number did it fly at?
What was John F. Kennedy International Airport called prior to being named after the former US president?
The de Havilland DH.98 Mosquito was a multi-roll aircraft used during WW2. What was the primary material used in its construction?
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