(RWY) Used for take-offs and landings, runways are identified at each end by two numbers chosen according to the compass angle in which they point. For example, a runway pointing west (270 degrees) will be known as Runway 27.
A runway is a strip of land on an airport, on which aircraft can take off and land. Runways may be a prepared surface (often asphalt, concrete, or a mixture of both) or an unprepared surface (grass, dirt, or gravel).
Runway was a daytime quiz programme that was produced by Granada Television and ran on the ITV network from 1987 until 1993, the original host was Chris Serle who hosted the first series then Richard Madeley hosted it until it ended.
This refers to modeling live on a runway, which is a platform extending into the audience to provide viewers a 360-degree view of the model and his/her clothing and accessories. Can also refer to photos of a model on a runway.
This is the place where you walk when you're giving a live fashion presentation. It is also referred to as a catwalk or ramp and is always elevated above the crowd. A runway can be shaped like a "T", an "L" or a straight line.