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"Arrive in" or "arrive at"

I know the difference between "arrive in" and
"arrive at," but which one is more correct for
such a big airport like Heathrow in Britain
or J.F.Kennedy in the U.S.A and even Frank-
fort in Germany? Some how they look like a
city with transportation.

When I was listening to a Video-Casette of Headway book, which is now one of the best in our country, I heard "arrive in Heathrow" so please make it clear for me.

Soheil Biglary

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