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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.

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Hello teal lime,

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

https://www.google.iq/url?q=https://www.englishforums.com/English/AtInTheAirport/zdknp/post.htm&s...

Best wishes,

JA

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

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