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.
Climbing out of my machine at the aerodrome, I looked at my watch.
The patrol will then proceed to the aerodrome by the shortest route.
Not far from the aerodrome lay a main road, with tramway-lines along it.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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