The level part of a staircase, at the top of a flight of stairs, or connecting one flight with another.
A flat area at the top or bottom of a ramp.
A horizontal platform at midflight in a staircase. Most often necessary on stairs that change directions.
A level walking surface at the top and bottom of a stairway or ramp, or between flights of stairs.
Lobby area at top of stairs outside the bedrooms
To carry out the process of bringing a flight vehicle down to the earth or another surface.
(1) A place for loading and unloading people or cargo from a boat, train, etc. (2) A flat surface adjoining a staircase at the top, bottom or between flights.
The intermediate platform between upper and lower sections of divided stairs such as L-Shaped or Stacked. Click here to see a picture of landings.
or platform - A landing is, structurally, an intermediate floor between flights of stairs. It is typically used to allow stairs to change directions, or to allow the user a rest. As landings consume floor space and are structurally floors, they can be quite expensive to build. However, changing the direction of the stairs allows stairs to fit where they would not otherwise, or provides privacy to the upper level as visitors downstairs cannot simply look up the stairs to the upper level due to the change in direction.
That portion of a floor, balcony, or platform used to receive and discharge passengers or freight.
an intermediate platform in a staircase
a horizontal platform used to change the direction of the stair
a small platform to which both flights of stairs are attached
A resting place, or wide step at the middle or top of a flight of stairs. Landings are often used to change the direction of a stair
A level part of a stairway, either between flights of stairs or at the end of a flight of stairs.
An intermediate platform between two flights of stairs.
A platform in or at either end of a stair.
A flat platform incorporated into a ramp, normally used at the top and bottom of ramps, and at changes in direction.
A collecting point for logs; the place to which logs are yarded for loading and transportation from the woods. A floor or platform between flights of stairs.
A platform used in stairs often when stair runs change directions.
A platform between flights of stairs or at the termination of a flight of stairs; ften used when stairs change direction; normally no less than 3 ft. X 3 ft. square
a platform at the end of stair flights. Landings are frequently used on mezzanines.
floor area at top or bottom of stairs.
A platform at the end, top or bottom of a flight of stairs.
The platform found between flights of stairs or at the end of a flight of stairs.
Landing is the last part of a flight, where a flying animal or aircraft returns to the ground. When the flying object returns to water, the process is called alighting, although it is commonly called "landing" as well. Hitting the ground too hard is prevented by wings (including rotor wings), a parachute or rockets or a vertically directed jet engine; in the case of a balloon the buoyancy is slightly decreased for a soft landing.