parking apron

parking apron

[′pärk·iŋ ‚ā·prən]
(civil engineering)
A hard-surfaced area used for parking aircraft.
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schedule b base bid project work will consist of paint markings for the runway and parking apron including taxiway, and turn around.
The ceremony in celebration of the success of the maiden flight was held on the parking apron at Chicago O'Hare International Airport, with flight partner Boeing and media journalists jointly witnessing the important moment.
Stratojets filled the parking apron and formed long maintenance lines in Bldg.
The project will also include an aircraft fuelling unit, aircraft parking apron for business jets and car parking spaces for the terminal users and guests.
The Authority said the project will include an aircraft fuelling unit, aircraft parking apron for business jets and car parking spaces.
The Apache helicopter battalion will be stationed at Camp Humphreys [in Pyeongtaek, about 44 miles south of Seoul], and part of the unit will be temporarily deployed to Suwon Air Base until the new aircraft parking apron is complete at CP Humphreys," U.
Known for its work on the 240km Abu Dhabi-to-Ruwais highway in UAE, National Gulf Constructions recently completed yet another big project - this time the fast-tracked the construction of a runway, aircraft parking apron and taxiways for an air training college in Al Ain.
Westin Ltd, discharge of condition on previous |permission for demolition of existing buildings and building of single-storey unit with delivery and parking apron, Phoenix Mills, Leeds Road, Huddersfield.
The airport will have 20 boarding bridges, a parking apron, and corridors to accommodate 26 planes simultaneously, along with parking facility for 2,800 vehicles, according to WAM.
Three, as an immediate solution to the incidents in Tagbilaran and similarly constrained airports, allow a second plane to be on the parking apron (even a third was permitted before with no untoward incident) to significantly reduce the probability of the airport becoming unserviceable again and again.
It will also include a number of aerobridges, an aircraft parking apron and a taxiway.
It comprises a separate aircraft parking apron with some 11 wide-body aircraft stands, as well as 42 loading docks, a live animal centre, a dangerous goods area and a perishable storage area.