Ch 12 Quiz - 1 a b c d*e FTK stands for Freight Transport...

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1. FTK stands for: a. Freight Transport Kelvin. b. Full at 12-thousand. c. First Terminal Kilometer. d. Furthest Tracing Kernel. *e. None of the above ~ Yes. Freight tonne kilometers (number of metric tons of freight carried times the distance they were carried, expressed in kilometers). @ No. Freight tonne kilometers (number of metric tons of freight carried times the distance they were carried, expressed in kilometers). REF: First paragraph of chapter. 2. Among the main types of aviation services are: ~ Yes. Answers a, b, and c are correct. @ No. Answers a, b, and c are correct. REF: 12-1 3. Among freight often carried in the belly of scheduled international passenger airplanes are: ~ Yes. While athletic shoes, television sets and DVD players might be carried on occasion as freight on a passenger plane, time-sensitive materials like critical parts or produce often need the frequency of passenger plane schedules for expedited shipments.
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