landing strip


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landing strip

n.
1. An airstrip.
2. Slang A vertical strip of pubic hair formed by shaving, extending above the genitals as a cosmetic design.

landing strip

n
(Aeronautics) another name for airstrip

air•strip

(ˈɛərˌstrɪp)

n.
a small landing field having only one runway.
[1940–45]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.landing strip - an airfield without normal airport facilitieslanding strip - an airfield without normal airport facilities
airfield, flying field, landing field, field - a place where planes take off and land
flare path - an airstrip outline with lights to guide an airplane pilot in landing
runway - a strip of level paved surface where planes can take off and land
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In coordination with and on request of CAA a C-130 flight with passengers and luggage landed at the newly constructed runway of the airport on Friday to assess instrument landing pattern and the quality of the landing strip, says a PAF statement issued here on Monday.
at the newly constructed runway of the airport on Friday to assess instrument landing pattern and the quality of the landing strip, said a statement issued here by media affairs directorate of PAF.
In coordination with and on request of CAA, a C-130 flight with passengers and luggage landed at the newly constructed runway of the airport on Friday to assess instrument landing pattern and the quality of the landing strip.
Leaders of the 46th Engineer Battalion (Heavy) began coordinating with the operations group and the G-3 engineer cell at the Joint Readiness Training Center (JRTC), Fort Polk, Louisiana, in July 2016, to construct a forward landing strip on Berry Drop Zone at Fort Polk.
The 53-year-old man was attempting to fly to a landing strip in Aberdeenshire allegedly listed on his Garmin GPS database.
The 53-year-old man was attempting to fly to a landing strip in rural Aberdeenshire which was listed on the database of his Garmin GPS navigation device, according to the Air Accidents Investigation Branch (AAIB).
"We also decided to establish a landing strip for choppers, as well as a hotline with air bases for direct communication," he said.
John Arthur Jones, who was said by the prosecution to have become obsessed with activity above the RAF Mona landing strip, repeatedly shone a powerful light at pilots flying Hawk Jets in at night.
Feeling that he needed help, Sager proceeded to embark on a mission to locate Rodman, who he found inside a Detroit strip club, called the The Landing Strip.
JEDDAH: The landing strip at Al-Noor Specialist Hospital has been witnessing in the past few days round-the-clock air traffic movement of helicopters transporting injured and patients to the hospital, or evacuating them to other hospitals.
He added that only urgent expropriation decision for the lands falling into east-west axis landing strip has been overruled by Turkey's top administrative court.
The plane following the flight 193 Bishkek-Osh was off the landing strip due to snow that was not cleaned off the runway.