Classic Aircraft Trivia #2
Hello, aircraft fans!
In this edition of the Plane Crash, we’ll do another Classic Aircraft Trivia game. The rules are as follows, anyone who breaks them will lose… or something like that. CHEATING IS STRICTLY PROHIBITED, as according to the Backyard Football Sudden Death Overtime Rules. Rule number one: First team to score wins. Rule number two: Uh, there is no rule number two. Rule number three: see rules #1 and #2. Please send me your results via a “comment” box.
1. What is Britain’s most beloved aircraft?
A. Supermarine Spitfire B. Hawker Hurricane C. Curtiss Warhawk
2. What airline is based out of Vancouver BC?
A. Air Canada B. Canadian C. Air Force One D. First Niagara
3. What was the original competitor to the de Havilland Beaver?
A. Cessna 172 B. Cessna 185 C. Noorduyn Norseman D. None of the above
4. What is North America’s main short range civil aircraft company?
A. Nord B. de Havilland C. Maule D. Boeing E. Bombardier F. Cessna
5. What is the greatest floatplane ever?
A. de Havilland Beaver/single otter/ twin otter B. Cessna 185 C. Noorduyn Norseman
Bonus question: What Canadian squadron is the Winnipeg Jets NHL team named for?
A. 117th B. 123rd C. 555th D. 1st E. 246th F. 17th
G. None of the above H. All of the above I. Alex Ovechkin K. Angelica Ragdolls
Have a great day!
Credits: backyard football sudden death overtime rules 1-2-3: Klem Daniels, as Chuck Downfield. Humongous Entertainment.
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