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Question 1:
When did Federal Aviation Administration form?

Question 2: As commercial flying increased, the Bureau encouraged a group of airlines to establish the first three centers for providing ________ (ATC) along the airways.
Air traffic controlAirportStar AllianceOneworld

Question 3: ________ (1958-1961)
Elwood Richard QuesadaCurtis LeMayFederal Aviation AdministrationNajeeb Halaby

Question 4: Developing and operating a system of ________ and navigation for both civil and military aircraft
Air traffic controlStar AllianceOneworldAirport

Question 5: The FAA was responsible for the decision to ground flights after the ________.
September 11 attacksUnited Airlines Flight 93Osama bin LadenAl-Qaeda

Question 6: The approaching era of jet travel, and a series of midair collisions (most notable was the ________), prompted passage of the Federal Aviation Act of 1958.
Air safetyFlight data recorder1956 Grand Canyon mid-air collisionUnited Airlines Flight 736

Question 7: In 1979 the Congress authorized the FAA to work with major commercial airports to define noise pollution contours and investigate the feasibility of ________ by residential retrofit programs.
Noise regulationAircraft noiseNoise mitigationRoadway noise

Question 8: In December 2000, an organization within the FAA called the ________,[3] or ATO, was set up by presidential executive order.
Federal Aviation AdministrationAir Traffic OrganizationNext Generation Air Transportation SystemJoint Planning and Development Office

Question 9: The newly created ________, operating under the Department of Commerce assumed primary responsibility for aviation oversight.
Marion BlakeyFederal Motor Carrier Safety AdministrationFederal Aviation AdministrationElwood Richard Quesada

Question 10: On the eve of America's entry into ________, CAA began to extend its ATC responsibilities to takeoff and landing operations at airports.
Second Sino-Japanese WarWorld War IICollaboration with the Axis Powers during World War IISoviet occupations

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