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Question 1: Examples include the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) in the United States, the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) in Great Britain, the Luftfahrt-Bundesamt (LBA) in Germany, and Transport Canada in ________.
BelizeCanadaBarbadosThe Bahamas

Question 2: General aviation flights range from ________ and powered parachutes to large, non-scheduled cargo jet flights.
Fixed-wing aircraftHang glidingPowered hang gliderGlider (sailplane)

Question 3: General aviation is particularly popular in North America, with over 6,300 airports available for public use by pilots of general aviation aircraft (around 5,300 airports in the U.S., and over 1,000 in ________[1]).
United KingdomBelizeBarbadosCanada

Question 4: Experimental aircraft, ________ and very light jets have emerged in recent years as new trends in general aviation.
Light-sport aircraftAutogyroUltralight aviationDenney Kitfox

Question 5: At one extreme, in most countries business jets and large cargo jets face most of the same regulations as ________ and fly mostly to the same airports.
American AirlinesContinental AirlinesNorthwest AirlinesAirline

Question 6: Most countries have authorities that oversee all civil aviation, including general aviation, adhering to the standardized codes of the ________ (ICAO).
AirportAir traffic controlInternational Civil Aviation OrganizationOneworld


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