Considering the current coronavirus concerns, you may not be spending much time hanging out in airports for a while.
But when you do venture out, let’s hope it is to, from or through one of the airports that got top honors this week in the Airport Service Quality Awards given out by Airports Council International (ACI), an organization representing airports around the world.
The awards are based on passenger surveys that rate each airport in 34 categories, including facility access, check-in, security screening, stores, restaurants and restrooms.
Here are the airports in North American that will take home some of the 140 awards given:
Best Airports by Size – North America:
Under 2 million passengers
Capital Region International Airport – LAN (Lansing, Michigan)
Jean-Lesage International Airport – YQB (Quebec, Canada)
Between 2 and 5 million passengers – North America
El Paso International Airport – ELP (El Paso, Texas)
Portland International Jetport – PWM (Portland, Maine)
Between 5 and 15 million passengers – North America
Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport (CVG) – Cincinnati, Ohio
Indianapolis International Airport (IND) – Indianapolis, Indiana
Jacksonville International Airport (JAX) – Jacksonville, Florida.
Between 15 and 25 million passengers – North America
Dallas Love Field Airport (DAL) – Dallas, Texas
Tampa International Airport (TPA) – Tampa, Florida
Between 25 and 40 million passengers – North America
Minneapolis – St. Paul International Airport (MSP) – Minneapolis, Minnesota
Over 40 million passengers – North America
Dallas Fort Worth International Airport (DFW) – DFW Airport, Texas
Toronto Pearson International Airport (YYZ) – Toronto, Canada