Associations to the word «Aerodrome»
AERODROME, noun. An airfield:
AERODROME, noun. (legal) (Australia) (Canada) (term of art) Any area of land or water used for aircraft operation, regardless of facilities.
AERODROME, noun. An airfield used for managed aircraft operation, either military or civilian, having such facilities as are necessary for operation.
AERODROME, noun. (British) An airfield equipped with air traffic control facilities and hangars as well as accommodation for passengers and cargo; an airport.
AERODROME, noun. (obsolete) A flying machine composed of aeroplanes. An aeroplane, particularly one constructed by or according to the design of Samuel Pierpont Langley and Charles M. Manly.
AERODROME, noun. An airfield equipped with control tower and hangars as well as accommodations for passengers and cargo.
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