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Dammit!!!!!!! I am always just toooooooo late.
Like woolfie says a hangar except if you are SA Air link then it is half on the runway and half off!
The road next to the airport?
Some airlines park their airplanes on the tarred road leading to the N2.
They park on the apron or helipad if it is a helicopter. I asked my hubby - he is a civil engineer and years ago he built an airport (military) at Louis Trichardt.
Out of service in a Hanger, in service at a terminal.
They land on the runway, and use the taxiway to proceed to the apron.
The area a plane docks in when loading and off loading passengers is called an Apron
Parking bay. I have pilots name it like that many times. Hangers are where maintenance is done, although sometimes arries might be stored in 'em as well.
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