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Question 1: Following German Reunification in 1990, Dresden, Leipzig, ________, and London were added to the flight schedule.

Question 2: The first mass carrier at Dortmund Airport was ________, which began flights to London, Milan, and Vienna in 2002, supplementing its leisure routes to the Mediterranean.
LTU InternationalAir BerlinLufthansa CityLineLufthansa

Question 3: In the 1990s weekly service had been generally restricted to a few ________ flights to destinations within Germany, as well as occasional charter flights to warm-weather destinations.

Question 4: Most of the air traffic today is by low cost airlines operating Boeing 737 or ________ A318/19/20/21 series aircraft to warm-weather destinations and business centers.
Airbus A380Airbus A320 familyAirbus A350Airbus

Question 5: Over the next decades Düsseldorf International Airport and ________ were the dominant commercial airports in the Rhine-Ruhr Area.
Hannover-Langenhagen AirportCologne Bonn AirportFrankfurt AirportHamburg Airport

Question 6: The airport, originally located in the suburb of Brackel, was first served by commercial flights in 1925 by Aero Lloyd, which operated flights to ________.
MarseilleÉvry, EssonneParisVersailles

Question 7: During World War II the airport was used as a German air base, and was subsequently used by the British ________.
Royal Air ForceLuftwaffeBritish Armed ForcesBritish Army

Question 8: ________ eventually ceased most non-leisure routes from Dortmund in 2005, but EasyJet and Germanwings have taken over in this role.
LTU InternationalLufthansa CityLineAir BerlinLufthansa

Question 9: Dortmund Airport (IATA: DTMICAO: EDLW), is the international airport located 10 km (6.2 mi) east[1] of ________, Germany.

Question 10: ________ made Dortmund a hub in 2004, and Germanwings followed in 2007.
EasyJetNational Express GroupDomino's Pizza UK & IRLRegus


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