Play the Avionics News Quiz of November 5

By Juliet Van Wagenen | November 6, 2015
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This week’s quiz has good news, bad news, and the worst news of all. Think you can handle it? Give it a try and find out!

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Try This Week’s Avionics News Quiz!
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!
What caused a recent Russian airline flight to crash over Egypt earlier this week?

A lightning strike

A maintenance glitch

An act of terrorism

It has yet to be determined

The CEO of which major aviation communications company is stepping down this week, on good terms (for once)?


Rockwell Collins

Harris Corp


Airbus announced it will (very carefully) ramp up production of which aircraft in 2019?




A350 XWB

Boeing’s latest market outlook has set its sights on huge growth in the Middle East. How many aircraft does the airframer predict the region will need in the next 20 years to keep up with demand?


More than 3,000

Just under 1,000


An elated Gogo CEO announced on Thursday that the company’s next generation 2KU broadband service is producing connection speeds of more than what in recent test trials?

12 Mpbs

18 Mpbs

8 Mpbs

100 Mpbs

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
Nov 6, 2015
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