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An airport equipped for jet aircraft.


(Aeronautics) obsolete an airport for jet planes


(ˈdʒɛtˌpɔrt, -ˌpoʊrt)

an airport for jet planes.
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At age 79, she joined the movement to halt construction of a massive jetport in the middle of the Everglades.
Events are held at the Greater Portland CareerCenter, located at 151 Jetport Boulevard in Portland, unless otherwise noted.
Choose "green" airports, like Seattle-Tacoma International, Portland International JetPort, Baltimore-Washington International, and San Francisco International, which are taking steps to be more sustainable.
The Portland International Jetport recorded a wind gust of 69 mph, and the Amtrak Downeaster service canceled a morning run due to down trees on the tracks.
In 1968 construction was started on what was planned to be the world's largest jetport that would have forever altered the flow of water in the Everglades.
BIG CYPRESS NATIONAL PRESERVE Originally slated to become the world's largest jetport, this 729,000-acre preserve 45 miles west of Miami was saved by a coalition of hunters and conservationists.
Although Portland, Maine's airport is known as the "International Jetport," local radio transmissions on a summer weekend still sound small-town friendly.
According to the Flight-Aware aviation tracking website, the plane took off from Cleveland Regional Jetport in Cleveland, Tenn.
He was trying to make it to the Portland International Jetport but had to land on the highway.
Maine airport installs security system for exit doors The Portland International Jetport in Portland, Maine, has installed a new security system to monitor exit doors.
According to Reuters, WTCP argued that the hijackers who commandeered AA Flight 11 initially entered the air transport system on 9/11 via a flight from the Portland (Maine) Jetport (PWM), where United Airlines had primary responsibility for security in 2001.