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a landing field for airplanes that has extensive buildings, equipment, shelters, etc.; airport.
Historical Examples

Within the airdrome which covers Argon City the buildings are loosely constructed, even as they are on Earth.
B-12’s Moon Glow Charles A. Stearns

The lights here on the airdrome will be sufficient to land by.
Bill Bruce on Forest Patrol Henry Harley Arnold

Bill landed his plane on the airdrome and was glad to be back at the base.
Bill Bruce on Forest Patrol Henry Harley Arnold

Bruce, you will leave with your Flight when you have straightened up the airdrome.
Bill Bruce on Forest Patrol Henry Harley Arnold

Bill got in and the plane started on its way across the airdrome.
Bill Bruce on Forest Patrol Henry Harley Arnold

We will always have one plane in the airdrome waiting for such service.
Bill Bruce on Forest Patrol Henry Harley Arnold

The afternoons flying events started with the two Flights leaving the airdrome in formation.
Bill Bruce on Forest Patrol Henry Harley Arnold

Smith taxied across the airdrome and the plane was soon in the air.
Bill Bruce on Forest Patrol Henry Harley Arnold

At that moment two men from the airdrome came running out and demanded an explanation of what had happened.
Secrets of the Andes James H. Foster

The flight to the airdrome some six kilometers south of Epernay was made without incident.
Aces Up Covington Clarke

the US name for aerodrome


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