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Hawker Siddeley Trident: Quiz

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Question 1: American Airlines eventually declined the aircraft in favour of the ________, an aircraft which filled the original DH121 specifications almost exactly.
Boeing 757Boeing 727Boeing 747Boeing 737

Question 2: In July 1956 BEA offered a contract for a new medium-haul jet aircraft to replace the turboprop ________ on its longer European routes.
Vickers ViscountVickers VC10Vickers VC.1 VikingVickers Vanguard

Question 3: BEA's successor, British Airways, chose to replace its fleet with the ________ and Boeing 757 in the early 1980s.
Boeing 737 Next GenerationBoeing 737 ClassicBoeing 737Boeing 747

Question 4: Trident 1C G-ARPO at International fire training centre ________, a project to save the aircraft and move it to the Northeast Air Museum was started in 2009.
Durham Tees Valley AirportCardiff AirportNewcastle AirportAberdeen Airport

Question 5: On 18 June 1972, ________, a Trident 1, G-ARPI, stalled and crashed at Staines shortly after takeoff from Heathrow Airport.
British European Airways Flight 548Flap (aircraft)Aircraft flight control systemFlight data recorder

Question 6: In China the Trident remained active in ________'s service until the mid-1990s.
China Southern AirlinesCathay PacificAir ChinaDragonair

Question 7: The Trident has a distinctive offset, sideways-retracting front ________.
Wingtip deviceGlass cockpitUndercarriageAircraft flight control system

Question 8: Hawker Siddeley Aviation, by this time the parent of de Havilland, needed additional customers for the Trident, so entered into discussions with ________ (AA) in 1960.
American AirlinesUS AirwaysUnited AirlinesContinental Airlines

Question 9: The Trident is a jet airliner of all-metal construction with a T-tail and low-mounted ________.
B-47 StratojetFighter aircraftF-104 StarfighterSwept wing

Question 10: Designed to a ________ (BEA) requirement, it sold in small numbers, with 117 produced.
British Overseas Airways CorporationBA CityFlyerBritish South American AirwaysBritish European Airways







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