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airband

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Definition of airband in English:

noun

A range of frequencies allocated for radio communications involving aircraft.
Example sentences
  • One striking security guard, who does not wish to be named, spent the 36 hours monitoring the airport website and airband radio logging take-off details.
  • Sneakily, I listened in to Heathrow's air traffic control on an old digital airband radio I picked up a coupla years back.
  • Mooresy's airband radio crackled into life. The Yanks were coming, and the call-sign was ‘Cowboy’.

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