Play the Avionics News Quiz of October 23

By Juliet Van Wagenen | October 23, 2015
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There have been conference calls galore this week and we’ve been listening in on every single one so you don’t have to. Do you know whose programs are crashing, whose are soaring, and whose revenues are going bust? Take this week’s Avionics News Quiz and see what numbers you post for this quarter — in aviation knowledge that is!

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Our new Avionics News Quiz is designed to challenge your knowledge on the latest happenings in the aviation industry. Think you’re a true aviation geek? Take our quiz and how you stack up this week!
The FAA has announced plans that all UAS, including hobby drones, will have to do what in the near future?

Pass a road test

Register with the FAA

Equip with ADS-B

Be operated by a licensed pilot

Lockheed Martin’s latest version of a warfighter took flight this week complete with fifth generation capabilities, called what?





Boeing posted record commercial deliveries in the third quarter 2015, a 7 percent increase year-over-year increase, with the number sitting at what for the quarter?

25 aircraft

250 aircraft

199 aircraft

375 aircraft

Global Eagle Entertainment has teamed up with what company in the last week to provide satellite-based Ku broadband in-flight connectivity to the aerospace market?


Panasonic Avionics


Hughes Network Systems

Lockheed Martin saw positive profits in its third quarter report, buoyed by which previously troubled aircraft program?

The F-16

The F-35

The C-130J


Test Your Avionics News Knowledge!
Try out our weekly quiz to see how up you are on Avionics news!
It’s been a busy week in the world of aircraft electronics, NextGen, in-flight connectivity and everything in aviation. Have you been keeping up with the latest developments? Test your knowledge here to see how you stack up!
Avionics News Quiz
October 23, 2015
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