These are mainly related to aerodromes, airfields other ground facilities that support the operation of airplanes and helicopters. See the page Aeroways for an introduction on mapping these features.
|aeroway||control_tower||Control tower is a tall, windowed structure located on the airport grounds. Air traffic controllers working at the tower are responsible for the separation and efficient movement of aircraft and vehicles operating on the taxiways and runways of the airport itself, and aircraft in the air near the airport.|
|aeroway||control_center||Control center (in the US referred to as air route traffic control center (ARTCC)) is a facility responsible for controlling aircraft en route in a particular volume of airspace (a Flight Information Region) at high altitudes between airport approaches and departures.|
|aeroway||gate||Gate. Anvendes til at angive gate nummer (kombiner med ref=*)|
|aeroway||helipad||Helipad. Helikoptere lander og starter her.|
|aeroway||heliport||Heliport is used to map the main area details for helicopters.|
|aeroway||navigationaid||A facility that supports visual navigation for aircraft|
|airmark||beacon||Radio navigation aid is used to mark systems that determine a position on the Earth which helps pilots guide their aircraft during flight.|
|aeroway||runway||Start- og landingsbane hvor fly letter og lander.|
|aeroway||taxilane||Taxilane is a path in an airport that is part of the aircraft parking area or apron (proposed feature with low usage as of 2015-10, use with caution).|
|aeroway||taxiway||Taxibane, rullebane, som forbinder landingsbane og apron.|
|aeroway||highway_strip||Highway strip is a designated landing strips that is normally used as a part of a highway, but can be closed either because of a military exercise or emergency for aeroplane landing.|
|aeroway||brugerdefineret||Se også Taginfo for mere information.|
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