Airside Area definition

Airside Area commonly means that area of the airport used for aeronautical operations, being runways, taxiways, aeronautical buffer areas and aircraft licensed areas as well as aircraft parking. ‘Airside area’ is declared as “Precinct A” in the Moorabbin Airport Approved Master Plan 2010 but also includes elements of “Precinct B” in the same Master Plan where these have been incorporated into the Moorabbin Airport Security Programme.
Airside Area means H M Revenue and Customs and Border Agency controlled areas of the Airport to which vehicular access is through manned control posts
Airside Area means that part of the Airport to which access is restricted, as illustrated in Appendix B to these rules.

Examples of Airside Area in a sentence

  • Monitoring and controlling access to the Airside Area of the Airport through Commercial Operator’s Leasehold.

  • Securing Commercial Aeronautical Operator’s Leasehold to prevent unauthorized access to the Leasehold and the Airside Area of the Airport.

  • Vehicles delivering materials to the job site shall pick up a temporary pass at the guard gate and shall surrender same upon leaving the Terminal Airside Area.

  • Monitoring and controlling access to the Airside Area of the Airport through Commercial Aeronautical Operator’s Leasehold.

  • Providing escort to vendors, customers or other visitors operating vehicles on the Airside Area of the Airport.

  • Any Vehicle used for Commercial purposes in the Airside Area must bear identification designating the Commercial Aeronautical Operator to whom the vehicle is assigned.

  • Contractor shall obtain a Contractor Ramp Permit authorizing entrance into the Terminal Airside Area through the MDAD guard gates for the term of the contract.

  • Where an Airside Area has been declared, access to this area is restricted.

  • Consistent with this understanding, following Achmea the European Commission informed the European Parliament and Council that the EU Court of Justice has confirmed that EU investors “cannot have recourse to arbitration tribunals established .

  • The purpose of the Airside Security Zone is to subject these areas within the Airside Area to stricter or more specialised controls than those applying to the Airside Area.


More Definitions of Airside Area

Airside Area means that part of the Airport used for the surface movement of aircraft, including (but not limited to) those areas used for takeoff, landing and taxiing of aircraft, and the apron area used for the purpose of loading and unloading of passengers and cargo and refuelling, parking and carrying out of maintenance of aircraft, being declared a “security area” by the Director of Civil Aviation pursuant to section 84(1) of the Civil Aviation Act 1990. Refer to Appendix B.
Airside Area means the movement area of an aerodrome, adjacent terrain and buildings or portions thereof, access to which is controlled;
Airside Area means an airside area established under subsection 29(1) and includes any airside security zone, and any airside event zone, established within the airside area.

Related to Airside Area

  • CONE Area means the areas listed in Tariff, Attachment DD, section 5.10(a)(iv)(A) and any LDAs established as CONE Areas pursuant to Tariff, Attachment DD, section 5.10(a)(iv)(B).

  • Building means any structure used or intended for supporting or sheltering any use or occupancy.

  • Drainage area means a geographic area within which stormwater, sediments, or dissolved materials drain to a particular receiving waterbody or to a particular point along a receiving waterbody.

  • Building Square Footage or "BSF" means the square footage of assessable internal living space of a Unit, exclusive of any carports, walkways, garages, overhangs, patios, enclosed patios, detached accessory structure, other structures not used as living space, or any other square footage excluded under Government Code Section 65995 as determined by reference to the Building Permit for such Unit.

  • Common Area means all real property owned by the Association for the common use and enjoyment of the Owners.

  • School building means any building in which any of the instruction, extracurricular activities, or training provided by a school is conducted, whether or not any instruction, extracurricular activities, or training provided by the school is being conducted in the school building at the time a criminal offense is committed.

  • Parking when prohibited, means the standing of a vehicle, whether occupied or not, otherwise than temporarily for the purpose of and while actually engaged in loading or unloading merchandise or passengers.

  • Public building and "public work" means a public building of, and a public work of, a governmental entity (the United States; the District of Columbia; commonwealths, territories, and minor outlying islands of the United States; State and local governments; and multi-State, regional, or interstate entities which have governmental functions). These buildings and works may include, without limitation, bridges, dams, plants, highways, parkways, streets, subways, tunnels, sewers, mains, power lines, pumping stations, heavy generators, railways, airports, terminals, docks, piers, wharves, ways, lighthouses, buoys, jetties, breakwaters, levees, and canals, and the construction, alteration, maintenance, or repair of such buildings and works.

  • Carpet Area means the net usable floor area of an apartment, excluding the area covered by the external walls, areas under services shafts, exclusive balcony or verandah area and exclusive open terrace area, but includes the area covered by the internal partition walls of the apartment.

  • Parking Area means an area provided for the parking of motor vehicles and may include aisles, parking spaces, pedestrian walkways, and related ingress and egress lanes, but shall not include any part of a public street.

  • Built-up area and/or “Covered Area” in relation to a Flat shall mean the floor area of that Flat including the area of balconies and terraces, if any attached thereto, and also the thickness of the walls (external or internal) and the columns and pillars therein Provided That if any wall, column or pillar be common between two Flats, then one-half of the area under such wall column or pillar shall be included in the built-up area of each such Flat.