The airport is a place used by planes for takeoff and landing.

See also:
"Airport" is in the NAICS Code "48811"
(Airport OperationsAirport Operations)


"Airport" is in the CPC Code "6771"
Airport operation services (excl. cargo handling)

"Airport" is in the UNSPSC Code "30222012"
Airport buildings

- 31998/2006-06-01


Other Database Pages Exist for this Phrase:
Airport operation service (Airport operation service revolves around all ...)
Port (A harbor or haven where ships may anchor, or that ...)

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