Part of speech: noun
Origin: American English, 1940s
A housing development featuring a private runway for planes owned by the residents
Examples of Airpark in a sentence
"He's planning to buy his retirement home in an airpark and fly every day."
"Living at an airpark might be loud, but it's the ultimate convenience for amateur pilots."
It's not just something you might find on "Lifestyles of the Rich and Famous." An airpark, or a housing development with a dedicated airport and runway, could be a perfect housing option for an amateur pilot. If you love to fly and have saved up for your own plane, why not live somwhere you can take advantage of it?
Did you Know?
The first airpark was built in Fresno, California, in 1946. The Sierra Sky Park Airport is a privately owned airport still in use today. The residential community features extra-wide streets so residents can land and taxi right to their front door.