In last Friday’s AVsavvy question, we showed you a flight schedule and some airport information and asked you to find the error.
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Answer 1. Honolulu (PHNL) — Taipei (RCTP) — Beijing (ZBAA) — Moscow (UUWW) — London (EGGW)
Incorrect. Flights between Taiwan and China aren’t permitted.
Answer 2. Paris (LFPB) — Athens (LGAV) — Tel Aviv (LLBG) — Muscat (OOMS) — Bangkok (VTBD)
Incorrect. Flights from Israel to Oman aren’t permitted.
Answer 3. Athens (LGAV) –– Tel Aviv (LLBG) — Amman (OJAM) — Sri Lanka (VCBI) — Jakarta (WIHH)
Correct. There are no issues with this trip.
Answer 4. Novosibirsk (UNNT) — Tbilisi (UGTB) — Cyprus (LCLK) — Lagos (DNMM)
Incorrect. Flights between Russia and Georgia aren’t permitted.
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