- malae vaʻalele
Noun(1) an airfield equipped with control tower and hangars as well as accommodations for passengers and cargo
(1) It's wrong, though, to hit an airport without an airport novel, one of those well-thumbed paperbacks bankrupt of literary merit.(2) another airport thriller(3) It has the structure in some ways of an airport paperback but has the style and depth of a literary novel.(4) To be sure, he is an airport novelist, in the sense that airport bookstores are piled high with his books.(5) But, at least in my case, it takes a couple of days to get through even an airport paperback.(6) an airport thriller(7) Some people might laugh at them as airport novels, but I get a good read from them.(8) We are used to arriving at airports and being able to get on and off aeroplanes in very little time.(9) Some carriers have already cancelled a series of flights from London airports .(10) We are condemned to spend hours and money waiting for connecting flights in foreign airports .(11) Empty planes, deserted airports and bankrupt airlines are a useful barometer of their fear.(12) The airline mainly uses smaller airports and he admitted the size of Manchester Airport may be a factor.(13) An unexpected benefit is the availability of flights from regional airports in the UK.(14) It was all about passenger landing rights at Heathrow and American airports .(15) He says that he writes in airports , on planes and trains and between meetings.(16) The ports and airports have been alerted in case he tries to leave the country.
(1) airport terminal :: tigaina malae vaalele
1. airfield ::
2. landing strip ::
3. airstrip ::
4. air terminal ::
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