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  • adj. Not of or pertaining to aviation.


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non- +‎ aviation


  • It is called nonaviation land because much of it is about 50 feet below the level of the airfield.

    Berks county news

  • But two weeks of closed-door negotiations devolved into partisan disputes over nonaviation provisions important to Democrats, including a $1.6 billion allocation for New York City transit projects and a measure that would replenish the dwindling Highway Trust Fund.

    Partisan Dispute in Senate

  • Frontage along East 96th Street is available for nonaviation development.

    Headlines - Inside INdiana Business with Gerry Dick

  • • Any proposal for nonaviation uses of the property would have to be approved by the Federal Aviation Administration, because airport property is involved. - News

  • Officials: Viable operatives are in place to potentially strike nonaviation targets, too

  • Schiphol Group incorrectly passed several nonaviation costs -- including the costs of building a sound barrier around one runway, of training baggage handling employees and of an accountancy control -- to airlines when setting landing and handling fees, NMa said.

    ATW Daily News

  • Airport officials have long sought commercial tenants as a means of generating nonaviation income to both keep existing airline fees low and to insulate the business from a potential loss of air service.


  • The garage, like other early-stage projects at the airport, aims to bolster nonaviation-related revenue.

    Philadelphia Business News - Local Philadelphia News | The Philadelphia Business Journal

  • To try to put nonaviation taxes on an aviation bill is going to bring this bill down, "said Sen. Kay Bailey Hutchison (R.,

    Partisan Dispute in Senate


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