Difference between takeoff and tarmac
- a composition that imitates or misrepresents somebody's style, usually in a humorous way
- a departure; especially of airplanes
- humorous or satirical mimicry
- the initial ascent of an airplane as it becomes airborne
This would have permitted much more flexibility in basing since the B-52 is limited by its heavy gross weight and long takeoff ground roll.
The pilot straps himself to this bulky rig in a standing position, controlling it with joysticks during vertical takeoff and landing - or VTOL, as we say in the hover biz.
Britain should improve its infrastructure to position itself for economic takeoff when growth finally does return.
- a paving material of tar and broken stone; mixed in a factory and shaped during paving
- a paved surface having compressed layers of broken rocks held together with tar
- surface with macadam
Fire covered the carriageway and melted more than 600 sq metres of tarmac before the blaze was extinguished.
Five minutes down the tarmac and we take an open and contouring track south-east.
The new gravel road has been built parallel to the old tarmac Gun Park Road