Play the Avionics News Quiz of January 15

By Juliet Van Wagenen | January 15, 2016
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News Quiz

Did you miss us? Don’t worry, our weekly news quiz is back and newsier than ever! No, more aviation-y than ever. Okay, both. And if you know how much money Bombardier lost this week to cancelled aircraft orders after their restructure and what the FAA has asked airline pilots to stop doing, you’ll do just fine.

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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!
Bombardier scrapped how much in airplane orders during a restructure that aims to “improve its business model”?

$150 million

$600 million

$6.3 billion

$1.75 billion

GEE CEO told attendees of the 2016 Internet, Media and Telecommunications Conference in Las Vegas earlier this month that what percentage of the international (non-U.S.) aviation market has yet to equip with In-Flight Connectivity (IFC)?





Airbus announced that its latest aircraft backlog has reached an enormous number: 6,787 airplanes valued at what?

$75 billion

$400 million

$1 trillion

$14 billion

A new report from the U.S. Department of Transportation’s (DOT) Office of Inspector General (OIG) recommends the FAA develop new guidance and standards to ensure airline pilots are not overly reliant on what?



Their iPads and smartphones

Their co-pilots

Japan’s All Nippon Airways (ANA) group will acquire an 8% stake worth $108 billion in what airline?

West Jet

Air China

Vietnam Airlines

Sky Air

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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
January 15, 2016
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