• Aviation Puzzle #5

    Aviation Puzzle #5

    By Ray Andersen

    Puzzle 4 Answer

    The answer for the puzzle #4 is "Thunderbolt". Here is the filled out version of the puzzle #4:

    Puzzle 4 Answer

    The participants this time were:

    Hugh Nelson
    Kyle Vincent Usiak (pinball98)
    Scott Brewer
    Scott Sinclair
    George Kuxhaus
    Bert Visser
    Peter Wilson
    Bruce Wright
    Stojan Korda
    Peter Rawlings
    Gary Sheppard
    Marcial Suarez
    Paul Kiver
    Ali Brown (Benoen)
    Rick Kirk
    Darren Elliott
    Bob Azzaro
    Khalid Al-Izzi
    Graeme Nowland
    Robert Zelenka
    Mike Lewis
    David Bayston
    Orozimbo Maia
    Eric Botha
    Christian Mullen
    Fabrizio Dell'Acqua
    Daniel Burt (planiac)
    Rishab Kumar

    Puzzle #5 is created and sent to me by Ron Blehm - also known as Cub Flounder with the "Where in the World challenges".

    This puzzle is a bit different (maybe even more difficult) and the goal for this puzzle is to find the answer in the green column to the right.

    To do this, you need to find each airport code (ICAO code) and list that code into the ICAO code Input section located between the information/Question and the Answer column. To find the airport code you need to combine the ILS frequency and heading - to give a little help, the ILS frequencies and headings are USA only (AirNav).

    When you have entered the ICAO code please copy the letter within the yellow cell to the green cell.

    E.g. the first row is with the question 111.75 @ 172° = the answer is the airport Agusta Regional = the ICAO code is KAGS which has to be entered into the ICOA code Input section. The second cell is highlighted with yellow, so you now need to take the "A" and copy that to the green cell to the right (the Answer column).

    This you have to do for all rows to get the answer of course.

    A little more help is that you should be able to find all answers using AirNav.com and the answer in the green cells is also the answer to the question: ILS = Landing in .....XXX XXXXXXX

    Puzzle 4 Answer

    Send your answers to:

    Ray Andersen
    [email protected]

    Tags: puzzle

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