airpark

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air·park

 (âr′pärk′)
n.
A small airport typically located near a business area or industrial park.
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airpark

(ˈɛəˌpɑːk)
n
a small airport often near a business or residential area
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In the period up to 2020, the modernization of the air park will make it possible to establish flights from Ashgabat to Jeddah, Medina, Cochin, Ahmedabad, Hanoi, Vienna, Sofia, Budapest, New York, Toronto.
Developmental Disabilities Institute leased 40,000 square feet of industrial space at 90 Air Park Drive in Ronkonkoma.
A spokesman for the airfield, near High Wycombe, said: "Wycombe Air Park can confirm that at 12 o'clock local time were informed of an incident north-west of Aylesbury involving two aircraft from Wycombe Air Park."
The plane involved was a Cessna 152, built in 1982 and owned by Airways Aero Associations which is based at the Wycombe Air Park.
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SIIF Energies France (part of the EDF group), responsible for the project, announced on September 27 that the park, by the end of 2007 and will become the biggest air park in France.
The city wants to build on that aerospace industry success by developing some additional building lots to the east of its air park.
Students and faculty in the aviation mechanics class pose for a group photo in the spring of 1957 at the old Eugene Air Park at 18th Avenue and Chambers Street.
In plumes of dust, the vehicles were moved to staging areas at both the port and nearby England Air Park. From there, the vehicles will roll out in formation for exercise play at the Joint Readiness Center.