Airports Named After People - Difficult

Use your knowledge of history and aviation to name the cities served by the airports named for the following people. You won't find John F. Kennedy in this quiz!
Quiz by CMJ
Last updated: August 2, 2015
First submittedAugust 2, 2015
Times taken123
Average score33.3%
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Soeharno Hatta
Jakarta, Indonesia
Theodore Francis Green
Providence, Rhode Island, USA
Antonion B. Won Pat
Charles M Schulz
Santa Rosa/Sonoma County, CA USA
Queen Beatrix
Luis Muñoz
San Juan, Puerto Rico
Mother Teresa
Tirana, Albania
Billy Mitchell
Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA
Jose Marti
Havana, Cuba
Lennart Mari
Tallinn, Estonia
Václav Havel
Prague, Czech Republic
Alexander the Great
Skopje, Macedonia
Eugene C. Eppely
Omaha, Nebraska USA
Simón Bolivar
Caracas, Venezuela
Gengis Khan
Ulaan Baatar, Mongolia
Julius Nyerere
Dar Es Salaam, Tanzania
Dick Logan
Billings, Montana USA
Galileo Galilei
Pisa, Italy
Bob Hope
Burbank, California USA
Nikola Tesla
Belgrade, Serbia
Jorge Chavez
Lima, Peru
Clyde Pangborn
Wenatchee, WA USA
Frederick Chopin
Warsaw, Poland
Cyril E. King
St Thomas, US Virgin Islands
Hosea Kutako
Windhoek, Namibia
John G. Diefenbaker
Saskatoon, Saskatchewan Canada
Fred Shuttlesworth
Birmingham, Alabama USA
Sabiha Gökçen
Istanbul, Turkey
Medgar Evers
Jackson, Mississippi USA
James Cox
Dayton, Ohio USA
Level 36
Aug 2, 2015
Alexander The Great is a weird name to use since he is not a part of this country's history...