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Topic: Name The Aircraft Quiz
Username: bueb0g
Posted 2012-09-26 02:02:12 and read 9176 times.

Hello all,

Here's a quiz I did on jetpunk. Give it a go and let me know if there are any issues with it, or any awkward questions. I know it's a bit easy, I'll do some more challenging ones later!

http://www.jetpunk.com/user-quizzes/28093/name-the-aircraft-quiz

Topic: RE: Name The Aircraft Quiz
Username: David L
Posted 2012-09-26 03:33:37 and read 9172 times.

Well... I'd dispute the A320 as the "first FBW jet airliner". It may have been the first digital FBW airliner but Concorde preceded it with an analogue FBW system.  

Topic: RE: Name The Aircraft Quiz
Username: EGSUcrew
Posted 2012-09-26 03:54:39 and read 9166 times.

Quoting David L (Reply 1):

I agree   Then when it wouldn't accept Concorde I couldn't find the button to skip the question lol

Topic: RE: Name The Aircraft Quiz
Username: bueb0g
Posted 2012-09-26 04:10:17 and read 9163 times.

Quoting bueb0g (Thread starter):

Well... I'd dispute the A320 as the "first FBW jet airliner". It may have been the first digital FBW airliner but Concorde preceded it with an analogue FBW system.  

Alright, will change that question! Or should I change the answer to Concorde? That'd make it a bit more challenging...

Quoting EGSUcrew (Reply 2):
I couldn't find the button to skip the question lol

You don't have to skip it, if you put an answer that is correct for one of the questions it'll put the answer in to that Q, no matter which one you're "on"

Topic: RE: Name The Aircraft Quiz
Username: DL_Mech
Posted 2012-09-26 06:21:33 and read 9150 times.

If you type in "307," it does not register. You must type in "Boeing 307." If you type in "747,'' it enters right away.

Topic: RE: Name The Aircraft Quiz
Username: bueb0g
Posted 2012-09-26 08:19:30 and read 9135 times.

Quoting DL_Mech (Reply 4):

If you type in "307," it does not register. You must type in "Boeing 307." If you type in "747,'' it enters right away.

Thought I fixed that, I'll check it again. EDIT: That's been fixed, thanks for the heads-up.

[Edited 2012-09-26 08:39:10]

Topic: RE: Name The Aircraft Quiz
Username: Fabo
Posted 2012-10-02 16:27:19 and read 8879 times.

The Concorde is not worlds first supersonic airliner, Tu-144 is. By first flight, 12/68 vs. 3/69, as well as EIS, 12/75 vs. 1/76.

Also the carrier version of the Su-27 is also known as Su-27K (for Korabelniy, loosely equivalent to Naval)

And one last thing, C-47 is not "the military variant", it is merely the "US Army designation(variant, if you will)". There is the Navy R4-D (hope I got this right), which is military, and the RAF Douglas Dakota, which is military as well.

[Edited 2012-10-02 16:29:28]


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