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  • n. Storage in a hangar.


hangar +‎ -age (Wiktionary)


  • I stayed in Cambridge by promising to foot the bill for hangarage again, and went home with Nancy and Colin.

    Rat Race

  • He brightened: "I'll charge him the hangarage, though."

    Rat Race

  • "Get out of there and fix the hangarage," he said calmly.

    Rat Race

  • DAA states that they fully support further job creation opportunities, including by Ryanair subject to the availability of hangarage, the needs of other users of the airport, pragmatic, sensible, commercial terms and the responsibility of the DAA to control the strategic development of the airport site.

    Irish Blogs

  • The facility is initially offering FBO services, including full customs, quarantine and immigration services, as well as aircraft hangarage.


  • I understand that hangarage is available at Dublin airport to accommodate the project but that a number of other parties are in discussion with the DAA with a view to securing facilities and that the window of opportunity may not remain open much longer.

    Irish Blogs

  • No, come back now, if you stay at Cambridge we'll have to pay the hangarage. "

    Rat Race


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