FORUM GAME: Aviation Trivia!


#471

Delta is right. :slight_smile:


#472

Not the one Im thinking of


#473

Blackpool?


#474

Incorrect, keep trying.


#475

Hendon Croydon and Biggin spring to mind but none of them are exactly 41 years


#476

Nope, I can get another clue though


#477

go on…

(Needs ten characters)


#478

Ok, the only runway was one of the last commercial grass runways in the country.


#479

This sounds awfully familiar to Portsmouth Airport (Portsmouth Worldwide Airport/Portsmouth City Airport, whatever people tend to call it :slight_smile: ) , isn’t it?


#480

It sounds awfuly similar because it is! You ate correct and it’s your turn!


#481

Let’s give this one a try.

Which airlines did use Rolls-Royce RB211 powered engines for their 767’s? (3 total)


#482

Hmm…
Would it be:
-British Airways
-China Yunnan
-QANTAS (acquired some of BA’s old 767s)

Totally knew this off by heart!
(What do you mean I didn’t?)
:wink:


#484

I am not going to argue you over that :stuck_out_tongue: , but it is correct :slight_smile:


#485

I guess it’s my turn…
Which airport has the lowest elevation in the world?


#486

Schiphol
Has the lowest elevation I now off.


#487

Already been asked, already been answered.

Try another question :pensive:


#488

That is sad…:cry:

Oh well.
What is the shortest runway in the UK with ILS?


#489

What airport is reffered to as the gateway for the pacific rim


#490

Gaylord Regional Airport? I’ve heard they like a bit of pacific rim if you catch my drift.


#491

Let’s not go there… :slight_smile: We have people of all ages browsing this forum