airfield

[air-feeld]
noun
a level area, usually equipped with hard-surfaced runways, on which airplanes take off and land.

Origin:
1930–35; air1 + field

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airfield (ˈɛəˌfiːld)
 
n
a landing and taking-off area for aircraft, usually with permanent buildings

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Example sentences
Carrier decks are small and crowded by airfield standards, and constantly
  moving.
They are also easy to deploy, because no airfield is needed.
Airfield markings, lighting, and drainage within the work areas will also be
  restored.
The work called for in this contract requires extensive scheduling and
  coordination because of the daily airfield operations.
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