How big need a city be such that your hosts don't meet you at the airport?

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When you visit a small town, your hosts often meet you at the airport (or train station). When you go to a big city, they don't. Clearly this depends on your relative importance (The President will be greeted in every city), and whether you have hosts expecting you, and whether you are a regular/irregular visitor.

But for a random person, how big need a city be such that your hosts don't meet you at the airport?

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clearly bigger than the twin cities

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