Examples of helipad in a Sentence
The building has a helipad on its roof.
Recent Examples of helipad from the Web
Before the engine failure, the plan was for the chopper to take the couple and a member of their security detail to a Manhattan helipad, one of the sources said.
In 1991, the site was planned as an 80-acre hospital and medical office facility with a helipad, according to a staff presentation to the council.
Three incidents ended in safe landings after, for example, one chopper clipped another while taking off from a helipad.
Family operated, the adventure retreat has a unique hexagonal design dreamed up in the 1960s by the owners’ parents, but built in 2017 with more modern amenities—including an adjacent observation deck that doubles as a helipad.
The opulent house comes with a helipad, two-story infinity-edge swimming pool, summer kitchen and boathouse.
The hospital campus will be next to UCF medical school in Lake Nona and include a 60,000-square-foot medical office building, a helipad and nearly 600 parking spaces.
Simon wound up killing all of them (save for Jadis), but not before revealing that the junkyard has a helipad and solar panels.
State and local governments could also block the construction of helipads and other infrastructure on land needed to support offshore operations.
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HELIPAD Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of helipad for English Language Learners
: a special area where a helicopter can take off and land
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