aerodrome


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Synonyms for aerodrome

an airfield equipped with control tower and hangars as well as accommodations for passengers and cargo

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An Aerodrome certification meant the Miaa has complied with the high standards set by the Icao to be able to operate as an international airport.
Division One: Thornaby Roundel 3 (DANIEL LONGLEY, DAVID CAMPBELL, RYAN HARKER) Thornaby Aerodrome Club 2 (JASON MCNAMEE, THOMAS BROWN).
He became second lieutenant on July 7, 1918, in a technical capacity in view of his telephony experience and was posted to Port Meadow in August 1918 and then to Wireless Telephony Flight 21st Wing in October which was also based at the aerodrome.
The certificate, which is valid for five years, confirms that the BIA aerodrome is licensed and approved for international civil air traffic operations.
We have evaluated the implications of this area of land being used for residential development and it is clear that this would be incompatible with the ongoing use of the aerodrome.
He was speaking at a housing development in Stevenage, Herts, not far from the aerodrome.
In a letter issued by GCC's Air Navigation and Aerodrome department on Monday the aACAyregulator accepted the implementation process for full passenger operations.
Pilots requiring Avgas fuel at Goodwood Aerodrome now have the option to serve themselves through Air BP's first UK self-serve payment system.
Yet 80 years ago this month a bulky biplane flying out of Tremorfa, the Cardiff aerodrome, yes, aerodrome, not airport, owned all the enchantment and allure of a magic carpet as it soared up there along the sparrow-trails.
The tangle caused both parachutes to collapse and the two men, who were experienced parachutists, crashed down on to the aerodrome below.
The wooden de Havilland DH 53 crashed 300 yards from a crowd of around 600 people at the military pageant at Old Warden Aerodrome, Bedfordshire, yesterday at around 9.
The crash happened at Old Warden Aerodrome, near Biggleswade, as 600 people attended a military pageant.
People will believe any rumour on deadline day as long as you attach it to the name of an aerodrome.
Safety checks will be conducted within an area up to 35 kilometres from the local aerodrome using a twin-engine Cessna Conquest aircraft.