How to use Aerodrome in a sentence
Darkness had come before the engineer, who had been in extreme danger, could aid in the recovery of the aerodrome.
It has been a civil aerodrome as well as an RAF Station.
Then flying at 50 feet he attacked an aerodrome where approximately 19 machines were either landing or attempting to take off.
There was also an RAF aerodrome outside the town.
This was the location of a Q site decoy aerodrome for Methwold.Advertisement
In 1903 he experimented with an aerodrome capable of carrying a man, but repeated accidents prevented it from being launched, and finally through lack of funds the experiments had to be abandoned without the machine ever having been free in the air (see also Flight And Flying).
The transformation of the former aerodrome into Hatfield Business Park is well underway.
You could find yourself working at a busy military aerodrome, either in the UK or overseas.
It also has responsibility for military air traffic zones, aerodrome traffic zones and altimeter setting regions.
Of course it is the local authority who will ultimately decide on planning permission for any structure that will potentially infringe the aerodrome airspace.Advertisement
Ray learned to fly gliders at Usworth Aerodrome some time later and gained his glider pilot 's license at the age of 16.
On that day an aerodrome, weighing about 30 lb and about 16 ft.
Later in the same year, on the 28th of November, a similar aerodrome flew about three-quarters of a mile, attaining a speed of 30 m.
After a short briefing you set off for the disused aerodrome to complete the off-road handling skills section of the schedule.
Every licensed aerodrome will be required to complete a classification study within 12 months, which will be used to develop the index.Advertisement
The cardinal idea was to force the aeroplanes (slightly elevated at their anterior margins) forwards, kite-fashion, by means of powerful vertical screw propellers driven at high speed - the greater the horizontal speed provided by the propellers, the greater, by implication, the lifting capacity of the aerodrome.
The largest aerodrome, intended to carry passengers and to be available for war purposes, was built to the order and at the expense of the American government, which granted a sum of fifty thousand dollars for its construction.
When the aerodrome rose to the surface, it was found that while the front sustaining surfaces had been broken by their impact with the water, yet the rear ones were comparatively uninjured.