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How Many Of These Airliners Can You Identify?

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  1. 1) You get to fly an MD-11. What aircraft are you climbing into?

    You got it.

    The MD-11 has winglets, and it's highlighted in green...

  2. 2) You look up and see an Airbus A-340 fly overhead. Which of these is an A-340?

    Nice work.

    The A340 has a thin, relatively low-sweep wing, and its highlighted in green.

    1. Silhouette 707-300
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    2. Silhouette 747-400
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    3. Silhouette A340
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    1. Silhouette A380
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    2. Silhouette AN225
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    3. Silhouette C5
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  3. 3) Who's Jumpseat is this?
    stem-3 Jeffrey Owen

    Awesome!

    Not quite...this is a 757 jumpseat.

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  4. 4) This is a:
    stem-4 Aero Icarus

    Awesome!

    Nope...this is a 747-300.

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  5. 5) How many windows does the 787 have in the cockpit?
    stem-5 Jetstar Airways

    Awesome!

    Nope...there are 4 windows on the 787 cockpit.

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  6. 6) The first Boeing 737 entered service in 1968. Who was the launch customer?

    Awesome!

    Lufthansa was the first airline to fly the aircraft.

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  7. 7) You're looking at the tail of a:
    stem-7 Mojave Desert

    Awesome!

    Nope...this is an L-1011.

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Well, that was pretty tough...

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Nice work, you've got most of these aircraft down...

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Nice work, you breezed through this quiz.

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Ready to put your flying career in motion? Whether you want to start your aviation career, or you just have a few questions about learning to fly, get in touch with the UND Aerospace team today.

Colin Cutler

Colin is a Boldmethod co-founder, pilot and graphic artist. He's been a flight instructor at the University of North Dakota, an airline pilot on the CRJ-200, and has directed development of numerous commercial and military training systems. You can reach him at colin@boldmethod.com.

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