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A building at an airport that passengers pass through before boarding or after disembarking from an aircraft:‘people will be in and out of this air terminal at lightning speed’
- ‘The air terminal for this small township is rather grand.’
- ‘The country's first high-performance air terminal is being built in Indianapolis.’
- ‘Smart new air terminals were opened to serve mass air travel.’
- ‘A strike would disrupt the processing of passengers and goods at the country's sea and air terminals.’
- ‘As a main international air terminal, there are regular flights to other Italian cities as well as further destinations in Europe.’
- ‘Researchers have found that small, Internet-linked computers in the hands of airport workers may help unclog the nation's air terminals.’
- ‘The airline boss also met other key figures from the tourism industry to outline his hopes for Lancashire's air terminal.’
- ‘I walked out of the air terminal to see a welcome banner held by a contingent of church members.’
- ‘The development of the competing air terminal at Dublin Airport was part of the Government's manifesto.’
- ‘It is the region's largest air terminal, and is conveniently positioned to provide access to a multi-national four-country region.’
- ‘All went well until he was leaving but then, between air terminal and plane, he was arrested by the security police and sent to prison.’
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