Definition of hangarage in US English:

hangarage

noun

  • See hangar

    • ‘Payment for hangarage is by monthly standing order and there are no extra landing fees to pay.’
    • ‘By kind permission of the RAF, Aero Vintage and Vintech personnel were allowed access to the station, hangarage was arranged and the aircraft was allowed to fly from the aerodrome.’
    • ‘Anyway here are some prices per month mentioned on our e-group for hangarage in some parts of the country.’
    • ‘In fact, its primary function in the days when the Army used it was to provide helicopter flight line and hangarage facilities to Fort Meade.’
    • ‘Your AUD $350.00 fee will provide entry to the competition, all tows on competition days, presentation dinner, T shirt, daily airstrip fees and hangarage in the club hangars.’

Pronunciation

hangarage

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