Best and worst airports? See if you agree

8_PHX_The carpet at Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport has an aviation-inspired design

There are oodles of lists published these days ranking the Best and Worst Airports (and airlines). And there are plenty of ways to parse data.

The folks at The Points Guy website have just shared their list of rankings for US airports, using factors such as percentage of delayed and cancelled flights, how accessible the airports are by car and public transit, number of restaurants, bars, lounges, cost of parking, and security wait times.

See if you agree:

Best Airports

1. Phoenix Sky Harbor International (Arizona; PHX)
2. Portland International (Oregon; PDX)
3. San Diego International (California; SAN)
4. Salt Lake City International (Utah; SLC)
5. Honolulu International (Hawaii; HNL)
6. Seattle-Tacoma International (Washington; SEA)
7. Philadelphia International (Pennsylvania; PHL)
8. Charlotte Douglas International (North Carolina; CLT)
9. Las Vegas McCarran International (Nevada; LAS)
10. Minneapolis-St. Paul International (Minnesota; MSP)

Worst Airports

1. LaGuardia (New York; LGA)
2. John F. Kennedy International (New York; JFK)
3. Newark Liberty International (New Jersey; EWR)
4. Chicago O’Hare International (Illinois; ORD)
5. Detroit Metro (Michigan; DTW)
6. Orlando International (Florida; MCO)
7. Washington Dulles International (Virginia; IAD)
8. Denver International (Colorado; DEN)
9. Los Angeles International (California; LAX)
10. Houston George Bush Intercontinental (Texas; IAH)

 

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