Definitions for "Airlift"
A pressure method of cleaning loose material out of an open-ended cased pile, caisson or cofferdam cell. Usually compressed air is introduced into the water at the bottom of the casing via a small pipe inside a larger pipe. Air is directed upward out of the larger pipe; this upward flow tends to lift material in the pile.
A small hand-held dredge that works like a vacuum cleaner, used to clear away the sand on the seabed.
an item of diving equipment, based on apipe, used in nautical archaeology to suck small objects,sand and mud from the sea bed and totransport the resulting debris upwards and away from its source
transportation of people or goods by air (especially when other means of access are unavailable)
Airlifts are responsible for respawning and transportation to specific world map locations.
This is the mechanism for both respawning after death and rapid transport across the world map. AirLifts pick up vehicles and carry them off-screen, either to the last repair station visited or to a specific noted location on the world map. The AirLifts are operated by International Negotiables Consulting (INC) and are not prejudicial towards any one race.
a sustained effort to move men and/or supplies via aircraft.
Both the means of delivery and the sustainable lifeline for troops by air until sea lines of communication can be established.
An airlift is the organized delivery of strategic and military supplies with primarily aircraft.
Keywords:  bosnia, fly, food, goods, people
fly people or goods to or from places not accessible by other means; "Food is airlifted into Bosnia"
Keywords:  parcel, see
see Parcel Airlift.