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n. (context rare dated English) An airport.


'''Aéroport ''' is the place of Gustaf III Airport, in quartier Saint-Jean of Saint Barthélemy in the Caribbean. It is located in the northern part of the island. As the name suggests, it contains the airport runway.

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Aeroport (Moscow Metro)

Aeroport (, Airport, ) is a Moscow Metro station on the Zamoskvoretskaya Line. Its name, literally meaning airport, owes to the nearby Khodynka Aerodrome, Moscow's first airport, no longer in operation. Now, there is a bus terminal (Goraerovokzal, Гораэровокзал) which has regular service to Moscow's principal airports. Opened as part of the second stage in 1938, the station features a single-vault design. It was built using a cut-and cover method. Concrete segments of the vault were pre-cast and then lowered into the station.

Architects B. Vilensky and V. Yershov applied the aviation theme to this big open station, in what is seen as some of the best examples of Soviet Art Deco architecture. The most noticeable design feature is the network of intersecting ribs that fan out across the vaulted ceiling. These ribs originate from fan-shaped limestone panels spaced at regular intervals along the walls, which are red marble with shell-shaped brown marble insets. The floor is reveted with grey granite. Lighting comes from pyramidal objects which house luminescent lamps, although originally the station had chandeliers with normal tungsten bulbs.

The vestibule to the station is located on the north side of Leningradsky Avenue near the Viktorenko Street, and receives a daily passenger traffic of 59,800.

Aeroport (Metrovalencia)

Aeroport is a metro station located west of Valencia, Spain. It is next to the Valencia Manises Airport terminal, between Avinguda des Arcs and the adjacent bus terminal, making it a major access point towards the Valencia city center and Valencia port. The metro stop was opened in April 2007 as part of a ten station extension which cost over 200 million euro. Originally, it formed part of metro zone B, however, in September 2012, it was moved to metro zone D, in order to maximise revenue. In its first five years of operation, the line from the airport was used by over 23 million passengers.

Usage examples of "aeroport".

So Come to Me, Then Gonzales arrived at Berkeley Aeroport, a collection of cracked cement pads at the edge of the water, by mid-afternoon.