Here are the answers to last Friday’s video, enjoy!
Suggested ICAO level for video: 5+
- An airport in the middle of the Californian desert called, Victorville, where planes go to die.
- The equivalent of 140 trips to the moon and back.
- They can do more than one thing at a time
- Because the dry heat means there is less chance of corrosion.
- No, it’s possible they will fly again for another airline. They can be turned on again and flown if necessary.
- Because they’re too expensive to operate.
- Because airlines want to upgrade their fleets for greater fuel efficiency and passenger comfort.