A ground or field, esp. one equipped with housing and other facilities, used for flying purposes.
A prepared area of land or water, including all building and fixtures, intended to be used for the operation of aircraft.
any area of land, water, or space on the roof of a building, which is commonly used to provide facilities for the landing and departure of aircraft - including types capable of descending or climbing vertically. The term is generic and embraces other terms such as airport, airfield and heliport. For a formal definition see the Civil Aviation Act 1982.
an airfield equipped with control tower and hangers as well as accommodations for passengers and cargo
a place where aircraft are based
An airfield or airport.
All licensed aerodromes and government aerodromes maintained by the Federal Airports Corporation, other than those designated 'airports'.
Any area of land, water (including the frozen surface thereof) or other supporting surface used, designed, prepared, equipped or set apart for use, either in whole or in part, for the arrival, departure, movement or servicing of aircraft. This includes any buildings, installations and equipment situated thereon or associated therewith. abbreviations: A/D or AD Fr: aérodrome
Place where aircraft land and take off. See also Air station