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.’
    • ‘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.’
    • ‘Anyway here are some prices per month mentioned on our e-group for hangarage in some parts of the country.’
    • ‘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.’

Pronunciation

hangarage

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