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By Juliet Van Wagenen | April 22, 2016
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Did you know that, according to Discovery, the average Boeing 747 has around 150 to 175 miles of wiring inside it?

Neither did we.

Let’s hope that’s the only thing you don’t know with this week’s Avionics News Quiz!

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Gogo launched it’s long-anticipated satellite in-flight connectivity system, 2Ku, this week with which commercial airline?

Canada Air



Gogo Air, the IFC provider’s new connected airline

The U.S. Senate officially passed the FAA Reauthorization Act of 2016 this week, which notably didn’t include what controversial provision?

The creation of a user-funded non-profit entity responsible for managing the nation’s air transportation system

The funds to support the FAA for another year

The provisioning for ATC operations

The ability to fly RNP approaches

A new report by Technavio finds that the test equipment market will reach over $7 billion in revenue by 2020, driven outsourcing to which region?

Latin America



Canada’s Northern Territories

Mitsubishi completed the maiden flight of its demonstrator jet for what prototype stealth aircraft?

The F-35

The F-2

The X-Plane 6000

The X2

Honda Aircraft has delivered the first HondaJet into which region this week?


Latin America

The U.S.


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