The part of an airport directly involved in the arrival and departure of aircraft.(noun)
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Use "airside" in a sentence
"All staff who work 'airside' - beyond airport security - are eligible to get a free card as part of the regional roll-out of the ID cards scheme."
"Does anyone else think that employing non-security checked foreign workers "airside" at a major airport might be a dereliction of duty?"
"Despite warnings that terrorists would try to recruit people working "airside" in terminals – with direct access to aircraft and baggage – no attempt has been made to check whether foreign workers have committed any offences abroad."