n. (plural of airdrome English)
Usage examples of "airdromes".
On 9 November, Retain had authorized German use of Tunisian airdromes, but Hitler demanded full authority to move large bodies of troops into Tunisia under the pretense of aiding the French in defending against Allied attack.
But that will take weeks or months, and in the meantime their planes can be tracked back to their airdromes by our ships.
Churchill pointed out that with the shortranged fighter planes then in the air on both sides, the side that fought nearer its airdromes had a big advantage.