Definition of taxiway
: a usually paved strip for taxiing (as from the terminal to a runway) at an airport
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These grants fund various types of projects, including runways, taxiways, and airport signage, which makes our airports safer and will create thousands of jobs.
Passengers were not told that the plane had almost landed on a taxiway on which there were four other planes fully loaded with passengers and fuel.
Last Friday night, an Air Canada flight lined up to land on a taxiway in San Francisco where four other airliners were waiting to take off.
DENVER -- The engine of a regional jet caught fire shortly on a taxiway after landing at Denver International Airport on Sunday afternoon.
Kasey, Louisville A: Many of the large airplanes have cameras to help the pilot see the taxiways.
The air marshal’s affidavit said Sein ran toward the taxiway, where jets were coming and going from one of the busiest airports in the United States.
He was stopped from running onto the active taxiway by airport workers, then taken to a local hospital for treatment.
The most controversial proposal was a $652-million plan to move the northernmost runway 260 feet closer to homes in Westchester and Playa del Rey to make room for a center taxiway.
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