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landside

1. the part of an airport farthest from the aircraft, the boundary of which is the security check, customs, passport control, etc.
2. the part of a plough that slides along the face of the furrow wall on the opposite side to the mouldboard
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The tender is for five landside F&B outlets which could be bid for individually with three outlets designated for coffee shops and two for restaurants.
The frog is a steel piece that holds the landside and moldboard together and also supports the share.
It is vital that they fully understand the impact of airside and landside lighting to eliminate or minimize the production of glare that would affect control tower operators or pilots," says Richard Larivee, sub-chair of the Aviation Recommended Practices Subcommittee of the IES Aviation Lighting Committee.
Phase 1 of the airport's landside transformation is due to open early this year and is part of a broader redevelopment of Sydney's Terminal 1 which is scheduled to run through to 2016.
EVWs are only available to Emirati, Omani and Qatari nationals; they are single entry, so one would be needed for each landside transit," said the official.
Since the VHF communications were a critical part of the FP posture of the landside security personnel, this problem needed to be resolved.
The Cube can also be used to fine-tune the balance of retail between landside and airside areas.
Abu Dhabi Airports Company PJSC (ADAC) is seeking expressions of interest for design services for the Midfield Terminal Complex (MTC) Landside Support Facilities at the Abu Dhabi International Airport.
DAA landside facilities manager Valerie Singleton said electric car bays were included in the T2 building plans.
Under the terms of the contract Baker will provide airfield runway engineering, terminal and facility architectural improvements, landside project engineering and secondary services relating to lighting, stormwater, security, navigational aids, parking and other services.
Last week, Skanska plugged the ship into its utility "umbilicals" on the pier to connect the Intrepid to its landside visitor's center with utility sources to bring the ship back to life.
At approximately 1,600 square metres, the cargo facility will be tailored to suit the needs of FedEx Express and will have both airside and landside access.