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Hartsfield–Jackson Atlanta International Airport: Quiz

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Question 1: April 4, 1977 ________ (Huntsville to Atlanta, crashed en route a few dozen miles from Atlanta Airport)
Gol Transportes Aéreos Flight 1907Korean Air Flight 801Tenerife airport disasterSouthern Airways Flight 242

Question 2:
Who operates HartsfieldJackson Atlanta International Airport?
Municipality of Sioux Lookout
Guangzhou Metro Co. Ltd.
Tri-Cities Airport Commission
Department of Aviation

Question 3:
Where is HartsfieldJackson Atlanta International Airport?
unincorporated areas, Atlanta, College Park, and Hapeville
12860 Fee Fee Road Unincorporated St. Louis County, MO 63146 USA
Atlanta, Georgia, metropolitan area
Atlanta, Georgia 30326

Question 4:
What is the surface of the first runway at HartsfieldJackson Atlanta International Airport?

Question 5:
What entity owns HartsfieldJackson Atlanta International Airport?
Powell Development
East Texas Broadcasting, Inc.
The Denver Foundation, Inc.
City of Atlanta

Question 6: On June 1, 1956, an Eastern Airlines flight to Montreal, ________ was the first international flight out of Atlanta.
BarbadosCanadaUnited StatesUnited Kingdom

Question 7:
What is the elevation of HartsfieldJackson Atlanta International Airport in feet?
1371
587
1026
3900

Question 8: At the beginning of January 2002, the glycol solution used for ________ during winter weather operations overflowed from the glycol collection system into the drainage system that eventually flows into the Flint River.
RoadDeicingEthanolConcrete

Question 9: government declared it a military airfield and the ________ operated Atlanta Army Airfield jointly with Candler Field.
United States Army Air Forces1st Operations Group9th Operations GroupUnited States Army Air Corps

Question 10: Partial power outages continued to affect the airport and the northern ________ for more than an hour afterward, leaving only three other runways to handle the backlog.
United StatesAir safetyBrazilRunway







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