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maneuvering area

That part of an aerodrome to be used for the takeoff and landing of aircraft and for the surface movement of aircraft associated with takeoff and landing, excluding aprons. See also aircraft marshalling area.
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The Widnes Business Park facility consists of three specially designed classrooms, an outside manoeuvring area, a fleet of LGV training vehicles, and experienced instructors.
The poor state of this manoeuvring area is now a hazard when taxiing.
If a more accurate analysis was required for a critical manoeuvre, the manoeuvring area was constructed on graph paper, and a manual aircraft track construction was performed using data provided by the manufacturer's Airplane Characteristics for Airport Planning document.
De Luxe Beds, formation and extension to existing vehicle loading and manoeuvring area and new retaining wall, Fern Street, Birkby.
The company will be responsible for expanding the system controlling the manoeuvring area and the taxiways.
This will be achieved by enabling aircraft to join the arrival sequence earlier and manage their speed better to arrive at their initial approach fix at the optimum time for their destination airport in the London terminal manoeuvring area (TMA).
The solution also reportedly offers seamless surveillance of Mode A/C, Mode S and Automatic Dependent Surveillance - Broadcast (ADS-B) equipped aircraft, to support the delivery of air traffic services in the Sydney Terminal Manoeuvring Area.
It was thought the object was a tie-down block used to secure light aircraft to the manoeuvring area near the airport building, which had not been removed before take off from Newcastle airport.
There are 52 designated parking spaces plus a loading and manoeuvring area.
Each new site will accommodate a motorbike manoeuvring area of one acre, and 2,000 sq ft of offices and car parking.
The three media representatives spent half an hour wandering among the planes in the aircraft manoeuvring area at the airport before being stopped by security staff.
A ramp that is entered through gates on the south side of the upper floor leads down to a generous underground manoeuvring area for hearses.