There has been a lot of not-so-positive discussion lately about the state of America’s airports — but not all of them are a total mess, according to the travel website ThePointsGuy.com.
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These are America’s best and worst airports
A new study measured the 30 busiest U.S. airports on factors like timeliness, accessibility and amenities.
The top spot went to Phoenix Sky Harbor International, which scored high due to its low rate of flight delays and cancelations, convenient public transportation and food options.
On the other hand, all three of the major New York City-area airports ranked at the bottom of the list.
According to the analysis, La Guardia suffers from a high rate of delays and cancelations, JFK has long security wait times and Newark Liberty is sub-par across the board.
30 busiest U.S. airports ranked from best to worst
1. Phoenix Sky Harbor International
2. Portland International
3. San Diego International
4. Salt Lake City International
5. Honolulu International
6. Seattle-Tacoma International
7. Philadelphia International
8. Charlotte Douglas International
9. Las Vegas McCarran International
10. Minneapolis-St. Paul International
11. Tampa International
12. San Francisco International
13. Washington Reagan National
14. Baltimore-Washington International
15. Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International
16. Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International
17. Chicago Midway International
18. Boston Logan International
19. Dallas/Fort Worth International
20. Miami International
21. Houston George Bush Intercontinental
22. Los Angeles International
23. Denver International
24. Washington Dulles International
25. Orlando International
26. Detroit Metro
27. Chicago O’Hare International
28. Newark Liberty International
29. John F. Kennedy International
It’s worth mentioning that ThePointsGuy.com used statistics to come up with the rankings, not surveys or polls of what passengers have personally experienced.
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