airpark

airpark
noun Date: 1908 a small airport usually located near an industrial area

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • Airpark — A residential airpark (also spelled air park) is also referred to as a fly in community. The word can also refer to a community specifically designed around an airport where the residents each would own their own airplane which they park in their …   Wikipedia

  • airpark — /air pahrk /, n. a small airport for private planes, esp. one located near an industrial park or other commercial center. [1925 30; AIR1 + PARK] * * * …   Universalium

  • airpark — noun A small airport sometimes found near an industrial or business area …   Wiktionary

  • airpark — n. small airport generally situated near an industrial park …   English contemporary dictionary

  • airpark — ˈ ̷ ̷ˌ ̷ ̷ noun : a small airport * * * /air pahrk /, n. a small airport for private planes, esp. one located near an industrial park or other commercial center. [1925 30; AIR1 + PARK] …   Useful english dictionary

  • Airpark East Airport — is a public airport located sixteen miles (25.7 km) east of the central business district (CBD) of Dallas, in Dallas County, Texas, USA.The airport is used solely for general aviation purposes. Facilities Airpark East Airport has one runway: *… …   Wikipedia

  • Pinal Airpark — 2006 USGS aerial image IATA: MZJ – ICAO: KMZJ – FAA LID: MZJ …   Wikipedia

  • Baden Airpark — Infobox Airport name = Baden Airpark nativename = Flughafen Karlsruhe/Baden Baden IATA = FKB ICAO = EDSB type = Public owner = operator = Baden Airpark GmbH city served = location = Baden Baden, Germany elevation f = 408 elevation m = 124… …   Wikipedia

  • Delaware Airpark — Coordinates: 39°13′06″N 075°35′47″W / 39.21833°N 75.59639°W / 39.21833; 75.59639 …   Wikipedia

  • Moraine Airpark — Coordinates: 39°40′57″N 084°14′35″W / 39.6825°N 84.24306°W / 39.6825; 84.24306 …   Wikipedia

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