Should I say, "See you at the airport" or "See you in the airport"?

If both are possible, do they share the same meaning?

Thank you.


Hello teal lime,

Both are okay. If you want to know the difference between them, please look at the following link:


Best wishes,



"In" is unusual in this context, to say the least. You would say "at the airport" but "in the terminal".

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