Play the Avionics News Quiz of December 4

By Juliet Van Wagenen | December 4, 2015
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News Quiz

We know the best way to get over those Thanksgiving-break blues! If you can’t be at home stuffing yourself with turkey, you can at least be stuffing your brain with the latest in aviation news — and this week’s quiz can help to justify those extra servings of articles. Don’t wait, dig in to this week’s Avionics News Quiz!

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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!
Boeing has completed detailed design for which new aircraft?





Which regulatory body awarded Airbus’ upgraded version of its A320 airframe, the A320neo, type certification last week?



The Latin American and Caribbean Air Transport Association

Both EASA and the FAA

Indonesia’s National Transportation Safety Committee (NTSC) concluded the crash of AirAsia flight QZ-8501 was caused by a combination of factors, including pilot error and a series of aircraft computer technical failures for which part of the aircraft?

The fly-by-wire system

The autopilot

The flaperon

The rudder units

NATS and Nav Canada have managed to reduce the lateral separation of flights over the North Atlantic Tracks from 60 nautical miles to what?

30 nm

55 nm

10 nm

40 nm

Lockheed Martin demonstrated what with UAS this week?

Integrating UAS operations into the National Airspace System

Successful sense-and-avoid tech

Autonomous controls

The ability to outrun a cop car

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
December 4, 2015
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