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Airports by Picture Quiz #1

Type in the city it serves, the airport name, or the airport code.
Quiz by peardestroyer
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Last updated: September 26, 2020
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First submittedApril 8, 2020
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Level 55
Oct 23, 2021
bruh this quiz is trash
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Level 88
Apr 8, 2020
2 minutes is not nearly enough time for people to be able to look at all the pictures and try to figure out where they're from.
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Level 55
Apr 8, 2020
Okay. I will increase the time limit to 4 minutes; does that sound good?
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Level 82
Sep 26, 2020
Man. Very tough, even for this guy who has used most of these airports before. For the average person I imagine this would be all but impossible. It's hard to recognize even places I've been since so many of them look pretty similar, and the pictures are so small too.
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Level 82
Sep 26, 2020
Bangkok, Singapore, and Atlanta were the easiest to recognize from the photos.

I feel like Seoul Incheon has some very distinct architecture and SHOULD be easy to recognize, but, that's a really bad picture. Could be anywhere.

The Delhi airport looked so much like one of the terminals in Manila I thought I was typing it wrong. But... like I said... a lot of airports look alike. If the pic was bigger I might have seen the Hindustani letters on the right sooner.

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Level 55
Sep 26, 2020
I've fixed most of the images, however, I couldn't find a decent picture for Toronto and Paris. Yeah some photos are a bit too small, so click the image to zoom in.
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Level 55
Sep 26, 2020
Speaking of which, Wikimedia Commons doesn't offer a very good variety of airport images. I might remake this quiz with images not from Wikimedia Commons and maybe some from my personal travels.