The terminal of a modern airport.
An area with buildings, airplanes, and airstrips is an example of an airport.
airport - Computer Definition
A family of wireless routers from Apple, introduced in 1999. In the past, Apple branded the Wi-Fi capability in its Mac laptops as AirPort. See wireless router. AirPort Extreme The larger AirPort Extreme is a traditional wireless router with three wired Ethernet ports for computers. Its single USB port can be used to connect a printer or external hard drive. AirPort Express Introduced in 2004, the smaller AirPort Express has only one wired Ethernet port. The AirPort's AirPlay feature streams music wireless from iTunes in a computer or from any iOS device to powered speakers or a stereo amplifier connected to the unit. In conjunction with the primary wireless router in the home, the Express can also be used as a Wi-Fi range extender and boost the signal over a longer distance. See AirPlay, Time Capsule, digital media hub and iTunes.
- With everything going on, Carmen didn't have time to worry about flying, but when they were all sitting at the airport, she finally had time to stew over it.
- It rather sounds like an airport paperback.
- "To the airport," she added.
- I parked our car here, at the East Boston airport, as we were scheduled to return together by air.
- Katie had offered to take her to the airport to pick up the car after he left.