|QantasLink has four types of aircraft in their fleet: Airbus A320, Boeing 717, Fokker F100, and the Dash-8. How many aircraft do they have in their fleet total?||(a) 90
|In the 1980s, French aerospace company Aerospatiale and Italian company Aeritalia merged to create a new generation of regional aircraft. What company did they establish? Hint: it takes the same name as the aeroplanes they’ve made||ATR (ATR42, ATR72)|
|Who am I? (Stop me when you’re ready to make your first and only guess)||I’m a two seater, conventional undercarriage, aeroplane.
I entered service in the United States in 1964, and am still in production now.
I was designed for not only personal use, but also for utility and flight training.
I can sustain stresses of up to 5g positive, and 2g negative.
My construction is a combination of wooden formers and longerons, but my main fuselage truss is metal.
My fuselage and wings are, from the factory, fabric covered.
I have been used for aerobatic competitions, banner towing, glider towing, and other utility purposes.
When I was first introduced, I was the only American aeroplane officially certified for aerobatics.
Generally powered by a 150 horse power lycoming, some derivatives have been powered by a 180hp engine.
I am currently produced by the American Champion Aircraft Corporation, but have been produced by Bellanca until it went into liquidation in 1982.
I went on to inspire the development of the 8KCAB Decathlon and Super Decathlon, and the 8GCBC Scout.
My name is, backwards, “Airbatic”
|American Champion Citabria|
|Which aircraft, a version of which is flown by an Australian aeromedical operator, once served as Air Force One?||Beechcraft VC-6A, a variant on the B90 King Air used for President Lyndon Johnson.|
|The Highlander and Superstol are high wing two-seat aircraft specialising in short takeoff and landing activities. What is the name of their manufacturer?||Just Aircraft|
|What colour is 100LL AvGas?||Blue|
|The Cessna 120 and Cessna 140 are single engine, two seat aeroplanes. They were first introduced in 1946, and were produced for only 5 years before being replaced by the mighty Cessna 150. In just five years, Cessna produced over 7600 Cessna 120s and 140s. What was the main difference between the two aeroplanes?||Flaps|
|Which model of Cessna 1-series aircraft had the shortest production run from introduction to retirement?||Tie - Cessna 162 (275 built), and Cessna 175 (2,105 built)|