How well do you know international airports? – part 2

This quiz will sort out the frequent flyers from the rest, with a combination of International Air Transport Association (IATA) codes and airport names in major capital cities, this quiz tests if you have actually looked at those details on your boarding pass or you are more excited about checking in at the airport. There are 20 Questions and we think that 14 would be a good score. Good Luck

Located in New Zealand, which international airport is pictured below?

https://www.istockphoto.com/au/photo/queenstown-new-zealand-gm641909856-116295563
1. Wellington
2. Auckland
3. Queenstown

How many countries around the world fly directly into any New Zealand airport?

1. 24
2. 6
3. 12

In which city would you find the John Lennon international airport?

1. Leeds
2. Manchester
3. Liverpool

Which of the following people have an airport in New York named after them?

https://www.istockphoto.com/au/photo/manhattan-skyline-after-la-guardia-take-off-gm1195126533-340562590
1. Edward O'Hare
2. Fiorello La Guardia
3. George Bush

If you were flying on a red eye from SFO to BOS, which cities are you travelling between?

1. San Francisco and Boston
2. Seattle and Boston
3. San Francisco and Boise

From which countries listed below can you NOT fly directly to an airport in New Zealand?

1. Canada
2. Argentina
3. India

The Canadian airport pictured below is located in which city?

https://www.istockphoto.com/au/photo/billy-bishop-airport-toronto-ontario-gm485562297-38091134
1. Toronto
2. Montréal
3. Vancover

What are the two airport codes if you were to fly from Brisbane to Dubai?

1. BBN to DXB
2. BNE to DUB
3. BNE to DXB

PDX is an airport code for which American city?

1. Philadelphia
2. Phoenix
3. Portland

The American airport pictured below is located in which city?

https://www.istockphoto.com/au/photo/sfo-san-francisco-international-airport-gm636157150-112693697
1. Los Angeles
2. Chicago
3. San Francisco

Which city is home to Gatwick, Luton and Stansted airports?

1. Manchester
2. London
3. Paris

What is that IATA code for Auckland international airport?

1. ALD
2. AKL
3. AKD

Which city is home to Marco Polo and Treviso airports?

1. Venice
2. Barcelona
3. Rome

Officially known as General Edward Lawrence Logan International Airport, which city is accessed by Logan airport?

1. Boston
2. Chicago
3. Dallas

How many destination can you fly directly to from Dubai International Airport?

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1. 327
2. 227
3. 127

Galeão International Airport (GIG) is located in which city?

1. Mexico City
2. Rio de Janerio
3. Rome

Located in Australia, which airport is pictured below?

https://www.istockphoto.com/au/photo/hamilton-island-airport-runway-gm454234713-25913244
1. Hobart Airport
2. Hamilton Island Airport
3. Broome Airport

If you book a flight and are flying into an airport with an IATA code of SGN, which city will you arrive in?

1. Singapore
2. Bangkok
3. Ho Chi Minh City

Which city is home to Charles de Gaulle, Orly and Beauvais airports?

1. Nice
2. Paris
3. Marseille

Which city is home to Arlanda, Bromma and Skavsta airports?

1. Stockholm
2. Copenhagen
3. Helsinki

All 20 questions completed!


How well do you know international airports - part 2

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