Examples of helipad in a Sentence
The building has a helipad on its roof.
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The house has four bedrooms, five baths and 9,973 square feet ($1,003 a square foot) plus there's a helipad and secluded beach.
Naturally, there's also a helipad, because of course.
Interesting Man-type wearing these while stepping off a private chopper onto the helipad of his 200-foot yacht in St. Tropez.
Plus, there's convenient access to a helipad right next door, where Monacair can shuttle you to Nice airport for a speedy getaway on a seven-minute flight for just $4,647 one-way on their chopper.
Some existing helipads could possibly be repurposed to accommodate aerial taxis, but the extensive retrofitting of structures can’t justify the cost if these sites can’t meet ridership demands.
The property has a rail spur, water tower, on-site wastewater treatment plant, dual transmission line service to building substations around the campus, as well as a helipad.
Dan Suttles, a spokesman for the Glendale Police Department, said the helicopter will travel to several helipads in the downtown area for the exercise.
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.
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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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