Translation of taxiway in Spanish:

taxiway

pista de rodaje, n.

Pronunciation /ˈtæksiˌweɪ//ˈtaksɪweɪ/

noun

Aviation

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    pista de rodaje feminine
    pista de rodadura feminine
    pista de carreteo feminine Latin America
    • A low power laser could create what would appear like a ‘wall of light’ at the intersections of taxiways and runways.
    • He and his three-man team are all qualified electricians responsible for 3300 fittings that comprise Tindal's runway, taxiways and Ordnance Loading Area lighting system.
    • Dash 2 had aborted at 100 knots, and the pilot was able to slow the aircraft enough to pull off the runway onto a taxiway.
    • The runways, taxiways, and ramps had not been maintained, water supplies were brought in by trucks, and a system of portable generators and batteries provided the only available electrical power.
    • The funds go directly to airports and will also cover noise barriers near runways and taxiways and improved systems to monitor engine sound levels.
    • The remains of the runway, dispersal areas, taxiways and bone yard are all still there along with the remnants of a war that ended nearly 60 years ago.
    • The pilots landed at Laredo, left the aircraft sitting on a taxiway and fled into the night.
    • The circuit uses part of one runway and some taxiways, leaving 75 per cent of the airfield still available for flying operations.
    • However, the bays and taxiways were unsealed and unsuitable for the operation of aircraft; in the wet season they would be completely inaccessible.
    • Pilots taxiing onto runways or taxiways without clearance accounted for 62% of the cases.
    • We have charts that show the names of all the runways, taxiways, terminals, etc.
    • Prior to any takeoff, it's also important to be aware of the contamination on the taxiways and runways.
    • Snow covered taxiways and runways present a variety of problems while taxiing.
    • In the second phase, a second terminal building and another runway is to be constructed with a taxiway for aircraft landing and taking off.
    • In addition to runways and taxiways, Sigel says most airport gate areas may not be sufficient to handle the new plane.
    • That includes hangars and parking areas for the Wedgetail and improvements to the runways and taxiways.
    • Keep the airplane moving when you're transitioning from the taxiway to the runway.
    • The government has acquired 3,800 acres of land wherein a 4,000 metre-long runway, taxiways, an apron area with aircraft stands and a terminal building will come up.
    • We landed normally, turned off the active, completed the secure checklist, and exited the aircraft on the taxiway.
    • Moving out onto the Paine Field taxiway, the aircraft moved to the north end for engine runs.