[ US /ˈtæksiweɪ/ ]
  1. a paved surface in the form of a strip; used by planes taxiing to or from the runway at an airport
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How To Use taxiway In A Sentence

  • Key factors to meet the new criteria include the length and width of runways, the width and curve radii of taxiways, and also the airport's pavement loading limits.
  • The airport will be expanded in the second phase where a second terminal will come up along with an apron, second runway and taxiway.
  • In the second phase, a second terminal building and another runway is to be constructed with a taxiway for aircraft landing and taking off.
  • The Tunis Air jet had slowed and was turning off the runway onto a taxiway. SKORPION'S DEATH
  • When he taxies around the corner on taxiway Alpha, he nearly comes nose-to-nose with a wide-body Lufthansa. Touching History
  • Instead of landing on the runway, it landed on the taxiway, which is usually used by planes that just landed or are getting ready to takeoff, of course. CNN Transcript Oct 21, 2009
  • The cost estimate for the larger project, including the ramp expansion and taxiway, which is to run parallel to the runway and be 5,000 feet long by 35 feet wide, remains $6 million. Stories
  • Prior to any takeoff, it's also important to be aware of the contamination on the taxiways and runways.
  • The circuit uses part of one runway and some taxiways, leaving 75 per cent of the airfield still available for flying operations.
  • His personal pilot, Captain Bettinger, who flew him into Tempelhof on the publicity mission on Black Friday and was the codesigner of the “bicycle chain,” later waited fifteen minutes on a taxiway in 5549 so that he would not disrupt a “block” of slower C-47s. Daring Young Men
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