A place for helicopters to land and take off. Also called helipad, helistop.(noun)
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Use "heliport" in a sentence
"Next to the heliport was a large, unheated freshwater swimming pool, and next to it a practice skeet range."
"I immediately called our heliport, about five miles away at Ky Ha, where the operations clerk did a ramp check for the aircraft."
"Hayes described the installation's many ranges, training sites and very busy airfield - the heliport is the second largest in the nation, behind Fort Rucker's flight school - and made a pitch to entice the divisions to use the Gap training center."