air·​park ˈer-ˌpärk How to pronounce airpark (audio)
: a small airport usually near an industrial area

Examples of airpark in a Sentence

Recent Examples on the Web Rogers owns a mobile home in Flagstaff, which is in her district, as well as homes in Tempe and Chandler (the latter in a private airpark) that are not. The Arizona Republic, 5 Jan. 2024 Detectives are investigating after a skydiver was found dead in the front yard of a residence near an airpark in Florida, authorities said Saturday. Stephen Smith, CBS News, 9 Oct. 2023 Pompano Airpark Bike Trail: Trailhead near the Canine Corner Dog Park, 1101 N. Federal Highway, Pompano Beach; Bike the 4.5-mile loop around the airpark, city golf course and horse stables. Lois K. Solomon, Sun Sentinel, 29 Apr. 2023 The residential airpark community is in Cresson, a city about 30 minutes southwest of Fort Worth. Dallas News, 3 June 2022 That incident raised alarm among residents, who demanded safety changes for those traveling to the airpark, which was intended to relieve aviation congestion at Reagan National Airport. Lori Aratani, Washington Post, 28 Nov. 2022 Since 1983, there have been at least 30 airplane crashes at or near the airpark, which opened in 1959. Lori Aratani, Washington Post, 28 Nov. 2022 The country’s largest airpark is Pecan Plantation in Granbury, Texas, an hour outside of Fort Worth. J. George Gorant, Robb Report, 5 July 2022 Fort Lauderdale Executive Airport manager Rufus James is responsible for the operations and management of the 1,000-acre industrial airpark and foreign trade zone. Emmett Hall,, 2 Dec. 2021

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Word History

First Known Use

1908, in the meaning defined above

Time Traveler
The first known use of airpark was in 1908

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“Airpark.” Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, Accessed 20 Jul. 2024.

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