Definition of helipad
Examples of helipad in a Sentence
The building has a helipad on its roof.
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The helicopter has traced an imprecise line above the Chao Phraya River, buzzing over Bangkok’s ancient temples and clotted highways before zeroing in on the Peninsula Bangkok hotel, where the bright green helipad seems to swim in the wavy heat.
Airbus, which also makes helicopters, plans to expand the service to other cities with big traffic jams, meager public transport, a sufficient number of helipads and a big enough helicopter fleet, starting first in Latin America.
WHAT: West Creek Ranch, a 6,900-acre property in Gateway, near the Utah border, is a 14-bed, 12-bath mansion complete with an observatory, guest house, helipad, air strip and other amenities.
West Creek Ranch, a 6,900-acre property in Gateway, near the Utah border, is a 14-bed, 12-bath mansion complete with an observatory, guest house, helipad, air strip and other amenities.
There’s also a rooftop helipad, for all your chopper-travel needs.
In the past, the county wrote special conditions into helipad approvals, forbidding nighttime tours and banning flights over Williamsburg and other neighborhoods.
The 24-bed emergency room, with imaging department, ambulance bays and a helipad, is linked to Orlando Health’s South Seminole Hospital, which is about 6 miles away, with its own emergency department and Air Care Team helicopter base.
The town of Hillsboro Beach turned down the owner’s request for a helipad, a decision that will be appealed, Pierce said.
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Definition of helipad for English Language Learners
: a special area where a helicopter can take off and land
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