Meaning of airband in English:


Pronunciation /ˈɛːband/


  • A range of frequencies allocated for radio communications involving aircraft.

    ‘One striking security guard, who does not wish to be named, spent the 36 hours monitoring the airport website and airband radio logging take-off details.’
    • ‘Sneakily, I listened in to Heathrow's air traffic control on an old digital airband radio I picked up a coupla years back.’
    • ‘Mooresy's airband radio crackled into life. The Yanks were coming, and the call-sign was ‘Cowboy’.’
    • ‘I just can't talk on airband.’