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|aeroway||control_tower|| Control tower is a tall, windowed structure located on the airport grounds.
Use man_made=tower + service=aircraft_control instead.
|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||värav selle sildiga saab täpsustada lennujaama värava numbri|
|aeroway||hangar||Hangar is a structure to hold aircraft or spacecraft.|
|aeroway||heliport||Heliport is used to map the main area details for helicopters.|
|aeroway||holding_position||A point behind which aircraft are considered clear of a crossing way|
|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||parking_position||A location where an airplane can park|
|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||ruleerimistee lennukite manööverdamiseks maandumisraja ja parkimisala vahel|
|aeroway||terminal||lennujaama terminal hoone reisijatele|
|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||User defined||All commonly used values according to Taginfo|
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