Whenever we are in hurry and we are in need to travel in a short period of time, then we use to travel with airlines. India is considered as the Worlds’s 3rd largest domestic and civil aviation. Air India, Vistara, Spicejet, IndiGo, etc. are the airlines of Indian aviation.
In this article, we present you some Questions and Answers related to Indian aviation. With the help of following Objective Type Questions and Answers, we may get the knowledge about Indian Aviation. It will also help you for the entrance exams for Airline job and further studies.
Answers are in BOLD
#1. Established in 1932, this airline was later acquired by the Indian government in the year 1948. What was the original name of the airline?
#2. When was Air Cargo Carriers founded?
#3. This airline was established as ‘Air Sahara’ but then bought by ‘Jet Airways’. It is now a low-cost airline. Which airline am I talking about?
#4. When Aviesa S.A de C.V is a charter airline was founded?
#5. In which Indian State would you find the International Airports of Cochin, Calicut and Trivendrum?
#6. When Avianca Ecuador also know as AeroGal was founded?
#7. After whom has Kolkata’s airport been named?
Dr. Zakir Hussain
Dr. Sarvapalli Radhakrishnan
Subhash Chandra Bose
#8. When was Alta Flights founded?
#9. Which airline was going through a major financial crisis in the early months of 2012?
#10. When was Air Transat founded?
November 14, 1987
December 14, 1986
May 14, 1980
August 14, 1984
#11. Which was the only Indian airline who gained some amount of profits in the financial year 2011-2012?
#12. When was Air Nova Founded?
#13. Which airport was earlier known as Palam International airport?
Lokpriya Gopinath Bordoloi International Airport
Indira Gandhi International Airport
Vasco Da Gama International Airport
Rajiv Gandhi International Airport
#14. Which of the following has become the world’s first airline to launch double beds in business class?
#15. Who founded ‘Jet Airways’?
Government of India
Dr. B.K Modi
#16. Which aviation company acquired the World’s Top Airline Stock in 2017 with 124% gain?
#17. For which airline did former Indian Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi fly?
#18. Who is the head of task force constituted by USIBC to identify opportunities in the Indian Civil Aviation sector?
Palash Roy Chowdary
Satyendra Kumar Mishra
#19. What was the former name of Chhatarpati Shivaji International Airport in Mumbai?
Santa Cruz Airport
Jhansi Ki Rani International
Mumbai International Airport
#20. BCAS has recently suspended the licence of budget carrier IndiGo’s aviation security training facility. What does BCAS stands for?
Bureau of Censor Aviation Security (BCAS)
Bureau of Customary Aviation Security (BCAS)
Bureau of Custom Aviation Security (BCAS)
Bureau of Civil Aviation Security (BCAS)
#21. Where is the headquarters of International Air Transport Association (IATA)?
#22. Which airport has become the world’s first airport to completely operate on solar power?
Amritsar international Airport
Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel International Airport
Hyderabad International Airport
Article last re-published on July 30, 2020.