Origin of aerodrome
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The first time I saw him was at the aerodrome at Estre Blanche.An Onlooker in France 1917-1919
Immediately after the attack has been made, these formations will return to the aerodrome.
The patrol will then proceed to the aerodrome by the shortest route.
Climbing out of my machine at the aerodrome, I looked at my watch.
The best position for an aerodrome is in a valley, not abrupt but gently sloping.Learning to Fly
US airdrome (ˈɛəˌdrəʊm)
- a landing area, esp for private aircraft, that is usually smaller than an airport
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Word Origin and History for aerodrome
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