Someday, when Governor Andrew Cuomo’s vision for a modern LaGuardia Airport is finally realized, and his AirTrain is zipping passengers from Willets Point to their terminals, we’ll look back on these days of nightmare LaGuardia gridlock with sheepish nostalgia. But until then Governor Cuomo says there’s nothing to be done about traffic that is so bad, children are forced to walk on the highway to catch their flights.
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The travel website The Points Guy released a ranking of the 15 worst airports in the U.S.
To determine each airports’ ranking, data from the airports themselves were used, data from the Department of Transportation, and third parties. They were rated on factors such as accessibility, dinner and shopping options, and departing and arrival times.
Here’s a look at the ranking
15. Boston Logan International Airport
14. Denver International Airport
13. Baltimore-Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport
12. Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport
11. Detroit Metropolitan Airport
10. Seattle-Tacoma International Airport
9. San Francisco International Airport
8. Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport
7. Orlando International Airport
6. Chicago O’Hare International Airport
5. Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport