a large building at an airport where aircraft can be stored and maintained.
A shelter used to house or repair an aircraft. heading - The direction in which the longitudinal axis of the airplane points with respect to true or magnetic north. Heading is equal to course plus or minus any wind correction angle.
A building to house aircraft. This was originally a French term which came into use in this country before the Second World War.
a large enclosure for aircraft.
A place where airplanes are stored and repaired.
A shelter for storing and repairing aircraft.
Building on the airport in which airplanes are stored or sheltered.
A hangar is an enclosed structure designed to hold aircraft in protective storage. Most modern hangars are built of metal, but wood and concrete are other materials commonly used. The word hangar comes from a northern French dialect, and means "cattle pen."