air space


Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Medical, Legal, Acronyms, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.

air space

A three-dimensional slice of property above ground level.People who own condominiums own the rights to a specific air space.

Mentioned in ?
References in periodicals archive ?
Even after the September 11, 2001 attacks, Britain did not close its air space.
But it was the second time in three days RAF planes had been scrambled to intercept Russian bombers approaching British air space.
While UAVs have proven their worth in Iraq, Afghanistan and other combat theaters, the FAA has control of domestic air space.
It works like this: Say a brand new landfill had a million cubic yards of air space, plus siting, engineering, and constructions costs, plus some good will in their businesses.
5-micrometer-thick air space, held together by columns of cuticle.
The modernization project is a cost-effective means of ensuring our forces have the necessary tools to accomplish their mission to monitor and defend North American air space," says McCallum.
Every year the Intrepid Sea Air Space Museum along with the US Navy and the city of New York, host this annual celebration.
Air traffic controllers sounded the alarm when their radar screens showed part-time parachutist Jason Bishop flying his Cessna plane without permission over Birmingham air space, a court heard.
The skins were manufactured as floor to ceiling units; the air space between is divided by glazed partitions into box windows', to prevent the spread of sound and fire.
maximum height of the system makes good use of air space while saving floor space.
The study direction focused on three components of air space management, civil ATC, military ATC, and air sovereignty.
An airliner en route to Japan was forced back to the United States yesterday after Russian air traffic controllers said it didn't have permission to fly through their air space.