The ultimate transport quiz – Part 2

We have put together 20 questions about transport from around the modern world. With questions ranging from when they where introduced through to recognising key transportation methods, we think that 14/20 would be the score to beat. Good Luck.

In aviation terms, what is a flights altitude measured in?

1. Feet
2. Kilometers
3. Meters

Can you name the European city that has an airport with the IATA code CDG?

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1. Paris
2. Copenhagen
3. Geneva

Can you name the European city that has an airport with the IATA code ZRH?

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1. London City
2. Edinburgh
3. Zurich

In aviation terms, which type of aircraft below would be capable of the abbreviation "VTOL"?

1. Concorde
2. Passenger jet
3. Helicopter

The Ghan is a passenger train service, running between which Australian cities?

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1. Melbourne and Perth
2. Adelaide and Darwin
3. Sydney and Perth

Which country has the highest frequency of air travel in the world?

1. Australia
2. United States of America
3. France

A traveller is most likely to see a gondola while visiting?

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1. Venice
2. Amsterdam
3. Paris

The Beetle was the world's best selling vehicle of all time until the late 1990s, when it was overtaken by which car?

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1. Toyota Camary
2. Honda Accord
3. Ford Focus

What does FAA stand for?

1. Federal Aeroplane Administration
2. Federal Aircraft Administration
3. Federal Aviation Administration

Which country has the highest level of car ownership per thousand inhabitants in the world?

1. Monaco
2. Luxembourg
3. Iceland

Which two cities did the original Orient Express run between?

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1. London and Paris
2. London and Istanbul
3. Paris and Istanbul

What train broke the 100 MPH barrier on 30th November 1934.

1. Flying Englishman
2. Flying Irishman
3. Flying Scotsman

Which Italian ocean liner collided with the MS Stockholm and sank in July 1956, becoming one of history's most famous maritime disasters?

1. Titanic
2. Flying Dutchman
3. Andrea Doria

In what year did the London Underground open?

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1. 1863
2. 1893
3. 1833

Which is the most energy-efficient means of transportation?

1. Bicycle
2. Walking
3. Electric car

Which blue credit-card-sized contactless smartcard is popularly used on public transport in Greater London?

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1. Ocean
2. Opal
3. Oyster

Grand Central Station is a world famous famous train station located in which city?

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1. New York
2. Chicago
3. Los Angeles

Which country has the longest road network in the world?

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1. China
2. United States of America
3. Brazil

Incheon International Airport is the largest airport in which country?

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1. Japan
2. South Korea
3. Malaysia

Which country listed below does not have an active railway system?

1. Fiji
2. New Zealand
3. Maldives

All 20 questions completed!


The ultimate transport quiz - Part 2

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