regional airport

regional airport
regional airport regional airport airport

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regional airport UK US noun [C] TRANSPORT
an airport that operates flights mainly within a country rather than international flights
an airport that is not based in the capital city of a country: »

Flights are available from London, Heathrow, and from various regional airports.

Financial and business terms. 2012.

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