Forbes tweeted out this morning THEIR list of the three worst airports in the US, leading to tons of responses of readers suggestions as to the worst…
…..Miami came up more often than not. Yes, that IS true.
My worst list starts with Newark and darn, when United made EWR its hub, I now try and find other airlines to travel. Getting to Newark from Bedford is (a) a pain and (b) a total pain, not to mention the long lines and congestion there.
I don’t mind JFK at all, never had a problem, not once. Atlanta is a zoo, they get low marks from me. I do LOVE Chicago’s O’hare, ORD, one of my favorites, maybe because I’ve been there so many times, waiting for flights to elsewhere.
Perhaps the better approach to this thread is to share our favorite airports.
Mine start with Burbank and Asheville. Quad Cities, MLI, love love love it. John Wayne Airport, SNA, loved, although Mr. EOS’s luggage was lost there. Santa Barbara airport, love love love.
I was the most afraid flying out of the Siem Reap “International” Airport in Cambodia. Landing over beach-goers in St. Maartin, always a riot. Landing in Saba, lord, that was not easy.
I love the new Denver airport and am old enough to remember when Denver’s airport was called Stapleton, out in Arvada (or was it Aurora?). Vail is pretty but the crosswinds can be scary landing.
Let’s play Name That Airport, good or bad. I’m being lazy blogger today to get you to do the work – it’s WAAAAAAAAYYYYYYY to beautiful outside to be in doing heaving blog lifting. OK?
Have a fabulous Monday.