FORUM GAME: Aviation Trivia!


#533

so Vanderlande?


#534

yeah, you’re right.


#535

From what I know there are only 2 big baggage belt companies that are based in the Netherlands.


#536

I had never heard of the other one. in the small village where I live, we have like 30 people working at Vanderlande


#537

yay economics


#538

VDL is quite big in the region.


#539

A revive to this topic: Name the highest airport in the USA by elevation in feet.


#540

Lake county airport


#541

Yay, for all of the airports in Colorado, including the one that has commercial service.


#542

@HAL9000 says this has to be 10 characters, so now I can finally say this is correct.


#543

So what is the coldest airport?


#544

An Antarctic base


#545

As you can expect, it’s in Siberia. Yakutsk Airport.


#546

Cold as in what exactly? Temperature? Warmth of service?


#547

You are correct :slight_smile:

@ReV0LT you’re making me curious. Let’s say it was about service… :slight_smile:


#548

That could still be broken down. What kind of service? Overall service? ATC service? Ground crew service? (Transportation service, i.e. bus service)?


#549

I have a sort of weird one. Which airport is this and why are there so many Emirates A380s on the ground at once? (Clarification: This is a regular sight, not a one off occurrence/event).

Emirates


#550

Auckland. They want to fly 2000 passengers a day. Since it’s such long distances they use the 777 with 266 passengers. So they would need 8 to fulfill their quotum.


#551

Atc service would be New York? Aside from Kennedy Steve i here they’re not too friendly


#552

Correct! So 3 of them I know all connect via one of the major Australian eastern seaboard capitals: I.e. Brisbane, Melbourne, Sydney :slight_smile: it’s kinda crazy really but fascinating!