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Worldport (Pan Am): Quiz

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Question 1:
Worldport (Pan Am), World Trade Center and John F. Kennedy International Airport are all:
Port Authority of New York and New Jersey Architectural history Aviation in New York City Buildings and structures in Queens

Question 2:
Worldport (Pan Am), The Simpsons and Native Americans in the United States are all:
1960 architecture Port Authority of New York and New Jersey Architectural history American culture

Question 3: Worldport was the trademarked name for Terminal 3 at ________ in New York City when it was owned by Pan American World Airways (Pan Am).
Newark Liberty International AirportDelta Air LinesJohn F. Kennedy International AirportUnited Airlines

Question 4: ________ also boarded a Pan Am flight out of the Worldport in the film That Touch of Mink.
Doris Day discographyDoris DayDoris Day filmographyFrank Sinatra

Question 5:
Worldport (Pan Am), John F. Kennedy International Airport and LaGuardia Airport are all:
Architectural history Aviation in New York City Transportation in Queens American architecture

Question 6:
Worldport (Pan Am), Brasília and Candlestick Park are all:
Architectural history Port Authority of New York and New Jersey Aviation in New York City 1960 architecture

Question 7:
Worldport (Pan Am), Abstract expressionism and New media are all:
American culture American architecture American art Aviation in New York City

Question 8:
Worldport (Pan Am), White House and Hoover Dam are all:
Transportation in Queens American culture Aviation in New York City American architecture

Question 9: During this period the building was known as the "Pan Am Terminal." In 1971 the terminal was expanded to accommodate the large ________ and renamed the "Pan Am Worldport."
Boeing 707Boeing 777Boeing 787Boeing 747

Question 10:
Worldport (Pan Am), John F. Kennedy International Airport and LaGuardia Airport are all:
Aviation in New York City Port Authority of New York and New Jersey Buildings and structures in Queens Architectural history







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