- n. Plural form of hangar.
“Or jets working after hundreds of years of sitting around in hangars without any maintenence?”
“Back of the hangars was the workshop, which had little architecture, but much machinery.”
“The air force, which currently has about 350 members in Afghanistan providing mostly transport duties, is also struggling to maintain its aging facilities such as hangars, control towers and runways.”
“Owen made a complete canvass of the "hangars" and soon accounted for every machine entered in the race for the next day.”
“Boston, we're going to keep adding gates and frequencies and support space such as hangars and take care of our crew members and customers up there.”
“Money for projects such as hangars "could likely be better used on higher-priority projects like airspace modernization," said David Castelveter of the Air Transport Association, the airline trade group.”
“A senior manager working on the civilian side of Benghazi's airport said he knew for certain that fighter jets were docked in working order in bunkered hangars at the airport, though he refused to say how many.”
“Oh, and now with a trip to Special D meats you actually can see dozens of wall hangars anybody would be proud of.”
“Abdel-Bassit Ali, who was present as reporters surveyed destruction at a Tripoli naval shipyard, where allied attacks Monday night incinerated hangars that naval officers said had housed missiles, missile carriers and launchers.”
“Two other hangars at the Tripoli shipyard, used for repairing electrical and mechanical equipment and parts for the Libyan fleet, were hit in the same strikes, causing significant damage and leaving behind two deep craters in the middle of the workshops.”
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