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han·gar

 (hăng′ər, hăng′gər)
n.
A shelter especially for housing or repairing aircraft.

[French, from Old French hangard, of Germanic origin; see tkei- in Indo-European roots.]

hangar

(ˈhæŋə)
n
(Aeronautics) a large workshop or building for storing and maintaining aircraft
[C19: from French: shed, perhaps from Medieval Latin angārium shed used as a smithy, of obscure origin]

hang•ar

(ˈhæŋ ər)

n.
1. a shed or shelter.
2. any relatively wide structure used for housing airplanes or airships.
[1850–55; < French: shed, hangar, Middle French, probably < Frankish *haimgard fence around a group of buildings =haim small village (see hamlet) + gard yard2]

hangar

- Simply meant "shed" for carriages when it came into English.
See also related terms for shed.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.hangar - a large structure at an airport where aircraft can be stored and maintainedhangar - a large structure at an airport where aircraft can be stored and maintained
aerodrome, airdrome, airport, drome - an airfield equipped with control tower and hangars as well as accommodations for passengers and cargo
structure, construction - a thing constructed; a complex entity constructed of many parts; "the structure consisted of a series of arches"; "she wore her hair in an amazing construction of whirls and ribbons"
Translations
حظيرة الطائِرات
hangár
hangar
hangár
flugskÿli
angaras
angārs
hangár

hangar

[ˈhæŋəʳ] Nhangar m

hangar

[ˈhæŋər] nhangar m aircraft hangar

hangar

nHangar m, → Flugzeughalle f

hangar

[ˈhæŋəʳ] nhangar m inv, aviorimessa

hangar

(ˈhӕŋə) noun
a shed for aeroplanes.
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A fixed-base operator (FBO) is an organization granted the right by an airport to operate at the airport and provide aeronautical services such as fueling, hangaring, tie-down and parking, aircraft rental, aircraft maintenance, flight instruction, and similar services.
He said that he wants the airplane to arrive in as nearly perfect condition as possible, so the ferry pilot should do all the little and big things that help keep the airplane pristine such as avoiding runups on surfaces that risk damage to the paint on the prop and hangaring the airplane each night.
By becoming a fractional aircraft owner, users gain the ownership benefits of flying privately without hassle that comes with maintaining, hangaring, or piloting the aircraft.
Over the years, we've found tipping the line personnel pays off big-time, in getting a lower fuel price, free hangaring and many more benefits.
Ang tanging paraan para matupad ang hangaring ito para sa ating bansa ay ang sama-samang pagkilos.
Tenders are invited for Broker services to secure insurance coverage for all activities undertaken by the Lake Cumberland Regional Airport and the Somerset-Pulaski County Airport Board including, but not limited, to management of the airport including but not limited to fueling, hangaring of aircraft, hangar and office rental, towing of aircraft, services for aircraft and pilots and other services needed.
The Gary Jet Center is managing and hangaring one of the first HondaJets to be delivered in the United States, the company said.
They provide such services as maintenance and repair operations (MROs), fueling, parking, hangaring, etc.
This isn't to advocate that Everton try to adopt the shameful hangaring of referees adopted by Jose Mourinho's Chelsea but for all Martinez's philosophical differences in how the game should be played to the Portuguese, you can't argue that he and his teams are winners.
JUST HANGARING OUT J Tom with John and Qantas flight crew at Heathrow yesterday
Three years the firm decided to focus on hangaring facilities for owners near its Dublin Airport base.
The firm will now focus on providing a hangaring service for helicopter owners who can no longer afford to operate their private choppers.