flying field definition

  • noun:
    • A graded area by which airplanes may secure and remove.
    • A graded field by which airplanes may land and lose.
    • A graded area on which airplanes may land and remove.
    • a spot in which planes lose and land
    • a spot where airplanes remove and land
    • someplace in which airplanes lose and land
    • A graded field on which airplanes may secure and take off.
    • somewhere in which planes lose and land
    • A graded industry on which airplanes may secure and lose.
    • A graded area upon which airplanes may land and take-off.
    • a place in which planes take-off and land
    • a place in which airplanes remove and secure
    • A graded area upon which airplanes may land and take-off.
    • A graded field on which airplanes may secure and lose.
    • A graded field upon which airplanes may secure and take-off.
    • a place in which planes remove and land
    • A graded industry which airplanes may land and remove.
    • a place where planes lose and land
    • A graded field which airplanes may secure and take off.
    • somewhere in which planes remove and secure
    • somewhere in which planes remove and land
    • somewhere in which planes lose and secure
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