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  • n. Plural form of heliport.

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Examples

  • The FAA said the airspace above the Hudson should be divided into clear corridors that would separate aircraft flying over the river from those operating to and from local heliports or seaplane bases.

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  • Tiltrotors would pick up passengers from heliports, riverside piers, maybe even shopping center parking lots and comfortably whisk them most any place they needed to go.

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  • Then secondary streets, landing strips, heliports, emergency services buildings, and continue until basic things are provided.

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  • Swimming pools, heliports, private casinos, backyard polo fields – the result of an endless stream of intergalactic poverty relief money.

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  • There are a number of heliports in and around Manhattan, used to ferry passengers to the region's airports as well as for commercial sightseeing tours.

    No Survivors Seen in Midair Crash Over Hudson River

  • The FAA said it will divide the airspace above the Hudson into clear corridors that will separate aircraft flying over the river from those operating to and from local heliports or seaplane bases.

    FAA to Issue New Rules Governing

  • These helicopters and heliports have operated for 50 years (INAUDIBLE)

    CNN Transcript Aug 10, 2009

  • It includes former airports used exclusively for helicopter operations but excludes heliports limited to day operations and natural clearings that could support helicopter landings and takeoffs.

    Notes and Definitions

  • HeliportsThis entry gives the total number of heliports with hard-surface runways, helipads, or landing areas that support routine sustained helicopter operations exclusively and have support facilities including one or more of the following facilities: lighting, fuel, passenger handling, or maintenance.

    Notes and Definitions

  • Mittelsteadt spent his opening statement describing the protestors as sophisticated criminals and sea pirates who executed a commando-style raid where they stormed the oil barge, taking radio stations and heliports to prevent anyone from leaving the platform or communicating with the outside world.

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