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    #1

    arrival TO a big city VS arrival IN a big city

    Is it common in American English to say on arrival to Chicago instead of on arrival in Chicago?

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    Re: arrival TO a big city VS arrival IN a big city

    No.
    arrive in Chicago
    or possibly arrive at Chicago but not arrive to Chicago


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