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Tucson International Airport: Quiz


Question 1: In 1919, Tucson opened the first municipally-owned airport in the ________.
PhilippinesCanadaAlaskaUnited States

Question 2: In 1948, the Tucson Airport Authority was created as a ________ to operate the airport.
Non-profit organizationCharity shopFoundation (non-profit)Charitable organization

Question 3: The largest ________ fighter unit in the United States, the 162 FW operates over 70 F-16C/D/E/F aircraft in three operational fighter squadrons.
140th WingAir National GuardOhio Air National GuardAlaska Air National Guard

Question 4: Nine years later, in 1928, commercial air service began at Tucson International with Standard Airlines (later ________) in 1928.
American AirlinesUS AirwaysUnited AirlinesContinental Airlines

Question 5: In ________, Tucson International Airport set a new passenger record for the fourth consecutive year with 4,429,905 total arriving and departing passengers, an increase of 4.8% over the 2006 total.

Question 6: Public transportation to and from the airport is provided by ________ bus routes #6 and #11.
Sun TranNeoplan USANova BusNew Flyer Industries

Question 7: Regular ________ service started two years later.
Pigeon postZeppelin mailAirmailAirmail stamp

Question 8: Tucson's top ranked carriers included Southwest Airlines, with a 30% market share; ________, which accounted for 19.6% of the total traffic, and US Airways which had a 12.5% market share.
United AirlinesDelta Air LinesContinental AirlinesAmerican Airlines

Question 9: The airport was then moved to its current location and operated on the west ramp out of three hangars vacated by ________ military manufacturing companies.
Second Sino-Japanese WarSoviet occupationsWorld War IICollaboration with the Axis Powers during World War II

Question 10: The wing also hosts the Air National Guard / ________ (ANG AFRC) Command Test Center as a tenant unit, which conducts operational testing on behalf of the Air Reserve Component.
Air Force Reserve CommandCivil Air PatrolAir Reserve Personnel CenterUnited States Air Force


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