Aircraft Quizzes Online & Trivia

A comprehensive database of more than 132 aircraft quizzes online, test your knowledge with aircraft quiz questions. Our online aircraft trivia quizzes can be adapted to suit your requirements for taking some of the top aircraft quizzes.

Are you an airplane enthusiast? If so, these quizzes are for you! Regardless of whether you’re just into building models or flying the real deal yourself, these quizzes have something for airplane enthusiasts of all ages. History, science, fun, interesting, and weird facts abound in this exciting airplane quiz. What are you waiting for? Play today!

In what year did the Wright brothers make their first flight? Do you know what the aircraft in the Wright brothers first flight was named? True or false: an aircraft’s wing has to be shaped in the shape of an airfoil to take off? Can you name the world’s only stealth heavy bomber? What’s the name of the first single engine British jet fighter? Quit waiting around and show off your aircraft knowledge now!

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