July News Quiz: Test Your Knowledge of the Past Month’s Headlines

By Paul Riegler on 2 July 2020
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It’s July, we’re halfway through the year, and it’s time to see how up-to-date you are with travel, aviation, and coronavirus news from the past month. What a month it’s been!

Take our travel news quiz and you could win a piece of airline and travel history including items from Pan Am, Cunard, and TWA.

In last month’s quiz, which was one of the more difficult ones, the question asking what Boeing’s CEO said that shocked many television viewers (the answer was that he said he expected a U.S. airline to go out of business in 2020) had the highest share of correct answers, with 92.7%, but only 36.6% knew the correct answer (American Airlines and Hyatt) to the question asking which two companies in the travel industry gave 4,000 workers at a New York City hospital free vacations.

Simply scroll down, have fun, and feel free to share the quiz with your friends.

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