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Do you know how many miles NASA’s Perseverance rover had to travel to reach Mars and can you name the world’s oldest airline? If so, then read on to test your aerospace trivia with our quick five quiz!
Aside from a secret trip to London, which Scottish airport is the only place in the UK where Elvis Presley was known to have touched down on his way back to the US from Germany in 1960?
February saw NASA’s Perseverance rover complete its journey to Mars. But how many millions of miles did the rover have to travel to reach the red planet?
What is the world’s oldest airline?
Prior to being named after the former US President, what was John F. Kennedy Airport known as?
When did the first flight by an airline using sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) take place?
See below for answers
1 Glasgow Prestwick. Click here for more information on this location.
2 Nearly 300 million miles (470 million km).
3 KLM Royal Dutch Airlines. It was founded in 1919.
4 Idlewood, the airport was renamed JFK in 1963.
5. In 2008 Air bp was involved in fuelling the first SAF flight by an airline. Click here to find out more about SAF.