• WordNet 3.6
    • n heliport an airport for helicopters
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In literature:

From the East Thirty- fourth Street heliport.
"The Samurai Strategy" by Thomas Hoover

In news:

Saker Heliport Tenants Recognized for Fly Neighborly Award.
Bloomberg responds to heliport investigation.
No amount of City Hall spin could change what the video reveals: A Mayor repeatedly violating a city-imposed noise curfew at an East side heliport .
Even the heliport 's own chart given to pilots shows it is clearly closed, something Mayor Bloomberg, as a pilot should know.
New Yorkers choppering to their beach houses will be greeted all summer long at the East 34th Street Heliport with a reminder of the Arnold Schwarzenegger scandal.
Construction begins on Kane County Hospital heliport .
Some of the areas had two or three sites that could serve as heliports .
The city hired engineering firm Michael Baker Jr Inc. To work on the heliport project this summer.
The city's existing heliports - on the East River at Wall Street, 34th Street and 60th Street.
AOPA is warning the mayor of New York's Southampton Village that the community can't enforce a local code dictating the direction from which aircraft must approach the local heliport.
Saker Heliport Tenants Recognized for Fly Neighborly Award.
Mayor Bloomberg taped using heliport during curfew.
Fed up with the Mayor using the East 34th Street Heliport on weekends when it's closed, Ron Sticco started documenting it.
"To utilitze that heliport when it's supposed to be closed is just disrespectful," said Sticco.
From million dollar safe rooms to heliports and remote activated shotgun shells, when it comes to securing their homes billionaires take it to a whole different level.