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1. Until 2019, Ataturk Airport was the largest in this country. It was named for Mustafa Kemal Ataturk, who was the founder and first president of this Republic. In what country is Ataturk Airport?
2. The International airport that serves New York City is, of course, the John F Kennedy International Airport, and it was given this name in 1963. But what was the name of this airport prior to that date?
3. The main International airport in Tel Aviv, Israel, is named after a former Israeli Prime Minister. But which Prime Minister was it?
4. This airport in Budapest is the largest of Hungary's five international airports. Up until 2011, it was called the Budapest Ferihegy International Airport, when it was renamed after one of Hungary's famous composers. Who was he?
5. France's major airport is sometimes called Roissy Airport. But what is its official name?
6. The Indira Gandhi International Airport is the largest in India and South Asia. Where in India is this airport located?
7. This airport is one of the oldest continually operating airports in the world. Previously paddocks for grazing sheep, it was bought by the government in 1921 and the first regular fights began in 1924. It was named for aviator Charles Kingsford-Smith. In what Australian city is this airport located?
8. The King Shaka International Airport opened for business on 1 May, 2010. In which city in South Africa is this airport located?
9. The John Paul II International Airport is named after the first non-Italian Pope since 1523. The airport was given this name in 1998. In what Polish city is the John Paul II International Airport?
10. This airport in Liverpool, UK, was formerly known by the names of Speke Airport, RAF Speke, and Liverpool Airport. But what is its name now?
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