Noun Airport Definition and Examples







A complex of runways and buildings for the take-off, landing, and maintenance of civil aircraft, with facilities for passengers.
  1. 'It is worth checking, too, for seasonal charter flights from Scottish airports.'
  2. 'The two airports are each served by one main runway, as are Aberdeen, Prestwick and Inverness.'
  3. 'Flights from Gatwick are included, but connections from Scottish airports are extra.'
  4. 'The ports and airports have been alerted in case he tries to leave the country.'
  5. 'Now the Government has set about building new roads and airports all over the shop.'
  6. 'We are condemned to spend hours and money waiting for connecting flights in foreign airports.'
  7. 'Of course because of the incident all airports have stopped planes from taking off.'
  8. 'He says that he writes in airports, on planes and trains and between meetings.'
  9. 'An unexpected benefit is the availability of flights from regional airports in the UK.'
  10. 'Each passenger's face would be scanned at airports and compared with the data in their passport.'
  11. 'Some people might laugh at them as airport novels, but I get a good read from them.'
  12. 'But, at least in my case, it takes a couple of days to get through even an airport paperback.'
  13. 'It has the structure in some ways of an airport paperback but has the style and depth of a literary novel.'


1. a tract of land or water with facilities for the landing, takeoff, shelter, supply, and repair of aircraft, especially one used for receiving or discharging passengers and cargo at regularly scheduled times.


"There can be airport officials."
"There can be airport operators."
"There can be airport sources."
"There can be airport companies."
"There can be airport spokesmen."
"There can be airport projects."
"There can be airport charges."
"There can be airport systems."
"There can be airport securities."
"There can be airport terminals."
"There can be airport councils."
"There can be airport cargoes."
"There can be airport facilities."
"There can be airport polices."
"There can be airport associations."
"There can be airport workers."
"There can be airport sales."
"There can be airport runways."
"There can be airport revenues."
"There can be airport managers."
"airports can handle tonnes in dates."
"airports can serve destinations to places."
"airports can serve destinations in places."
"airports can open destinations to places."
"airports can open destinations in places."
"airports can move cargoes in people/places/organizations."
"airports can import traffics in/at/on people/places/organizations."
"airports can handle tonnes in questions."
"airports can handle passengers in/at/on years."
"airports can record rates in questions."
"airports can move cargoes in dates."
"airports can handle flights to places."
"airports can handle flights from places."
"airports can serve places in places."
"airports can handle tonnes in/at/on years."
"airports can handle tonnes in/at/on tonnes."
"airports can handle tonnes in/at/on months."
"airports can handle equipments in/at/on years."
"airports can remain things for days."
"airports can record rates in periods."

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