Travel + Leisure’s Best (& Worst) American Airports

Posted on 18 April 2012

Best & Worst airports in the US - where did your local airport rank?

By Everett Potter

The major American airport that delivers the most seamless experience isn’t on any coast. It wins over fliers with shopping and dining options, the ease of check-in and security, and the friendliness typical of its city hub.

So breathe a sigh of relief if you’ve booked a flight through Minneapolis (MSP); Travel + Leisure readers have crowned it America’s best airport.

In our first-ever airport survey, we asked readers to rate America’s 22 major airports in seven categories: flight delays; design; amenities; food and drink; check-in and security; service; and transportation and location. The best-scoring airports have tackled these issues head-on, refurbishing terminals and adding amenities that make the worst airports look evermore outdated by comparison.

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Everett Potter is Editor-in-Chief of Everett Potter’s Travel Report.

One Response to “Travel + Leisure’s Best (& Worst) American Airports”

  1. I think the airport in indonesia is worse than in the u.s.


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