Landing: Quiz

Question 1: Some ________ planes also have this feature, where the blades of the propeller are re-angled to push air forward instead of back.
Propeller (aircraft)Jet enginePropellerSteamboat

Question 2: A ________ uses rotary wings to generate lift and changes the angle of the rotor to generate thrust.
HelicopterRotorcraftAirshipAutogyro

Question 3: Landing is the last part of a flight, where a flying animal, ________, or spacecraft returns to the ground.
AircraftBusiness jetWide-body aircraftDouble-deck aircraft

Question 4: While inflight, the four major forces acting on the object are; lift, thrust, ________ and drag.
Introduction to general relativityEquivalence principleGravitationGeneral relativity

Question 5: Airplanes, birds and flying insects use a ________.
WingFlightWingtip deviceLeading edge slats

Question 6: The attitude is held until the ________ touches the ground, and the controls are either held until all wheels touch the ground or gently adjusted (in the case of tail-draggers) to ensure the nose-wheel or tail-wheel lightly touches the runway.
UndercarriageGlass cockpitAircraft flight control systemWingtip device

Question 7: ________ is used by many jet aircraft to help slow down just after touch-down, redirecting engine exhaust forward instead of back.
Thrust reversalGlass cockpitAutothrottleAuxiliary power unit

Source: The Full Wiki (http://quiz.thefullwiki.org/Landing)