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(The Daily Beast)   Just in time for holiday travel, here are the 25 worst airports in America. Reasons why your local airport should be #26 to the right   (thedailybeast.com) divider line 203
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2012-11-19 11:04:58 AM  
The worst international one is the Kingston airport in Jamaica. It is in Jamaica and doesn't have air conditioning.

And there is Mid America Airport to the east of St. Louis. They managed to build an entire airport without first checking with the airlines to see if they wanted to fly there (they didn't). It was built to be a spillover airport to the now half empty Lambert Field in St. Louis.
 
2012-11-19 11:08:35 AM  

trappedspirit: This one time I went to this one airport and had a bad time so that airport sucks I should know and I just had this important thing to say


3/10. You might get a nibble.
 
2012-11-19 11:09:49 AM  
I dont have to complain. My local made #2.
/sad very few shops and a large chunk on the wrong side of security (including loyalty lounges -_-)
 
2012-11-19 11:11:00 AM  
SFO: because a single drop of moisture in any form will delay all flights for hours.
 
2012-11-19 11:17:30 AM  
I've been through most on the list, and once heard Miami compared with a 3rd world bus station, where people board with live chickens and goats.

/Not that much of a stretch, actually
 
2012-11-19 11:18:37 AM  

calm like a bomb: hodge-podge: cfreak:
Miami - I know they have been working on it but last time I was there was about 5 years ago. We had to make a connection from one terminal to another in about an hour. No transit, had to hoof it. My wife who was 7 months pregnant at the time was not amused.

My first experience with Miami left me feeling like I could have used a sherpa guide.

Miami is schizophrenic. If you fly out of the new terminal, it's pretty and convenient. If you don't, you realize the rest of the airport hasn't changed since Michael Corleone got Rocco to off Hyman Roth.


As someone who just got the Miami "experience" yesterday, I am forced to conclude that MIA is the worst excuse for an airport to ever grace US soil. Got there 2 hours early, and arrived at my gate 10 minutes before departure, booking it the entire way...the only saving grace was that the flight was delayed, and there was a bar right next to the gate. But still, it's like Satan's herpes-infested taint in there, and the only place I've been that maybe tops that is Charles de Gaulle.

For some reason, I always end up running through ATL and DFW...whenever I know I'm making a connection there, I make sure to wear shoes that are good for a sprint.

In contrast, I've never really had a problem with my home airports (SAT and IAH), and the best airport I've been in is probably IND (Indianapolis) - it's new, there's almost never any lines, and the people are good ol' midwesterly nice.
 
2012-11-19 11:19:54 AM  

hodge-podge: melopene: Atlanta's only saving grace is the smoking rooms.

Ha! The little cubby holes of shame!

I'm an ex-smoker who business traveled with smokers. I know those rooms aren't designed for much beyond holding people in one place, but the conversations with other travelers usually began very much like a bad prison show on TV.
"Got a light?"
"Where are they taking you next?"
"I've been here for X hours and they keep telling me that I'm transferring soon."


I genuinely believe that many potential incidents of passenger rage have been prevented by virtue of having a place for people to get their nicotine fix. I know that after going through Indianapolis and O'Hare this past week, I will forever attempt to connect through Atlanta in the future.
 
Oak
2012-11-19 11:20:47 AM  
SEA is worse than ORD, MDW, LAX, PHX, or FLL.
 
2012-11-19 11:21:34 AM  

FreakinB: nucular bum: I'd like to see a list of the best airports in the U.S. I wonder if AUS (Austin-Bergstrom Int'l) is on there.

I really liked that one. Quick, painless, and very modern. Only thing was that I wished there was more food.


Fargo (FGO) has 5 terminals and one food/newspaper store. If you're running late, you can call the airport to hold your plane. I've never done it but I've witnessed it my share of times.
 
2012-11-19 11:21:40 AM  

hornblowerfan: Dulles at #5??? Seriously?? I farking love Dulles. But then again I'm an L.A. native so I'm easily impressed by airports that are not LAX.

Worst international airport is Heathrow.


Is "fly into ONT, not LAX" still the trick around there, or is ONT too busy now because everyone learned about that?

Growing up near Chicago, I watched Midway go from the ghost town it was after O'Hare opened to the "secret little airport with a lot less hassle", to the "just as much of a pain in the ass as O'Hare but for completely different reasons". Although I'm pretty sure the TSA guys at Midway are way cooler than O'Hare's. ORD's TSA guys are legendary for being assholes.
 
2012-11-19 11:25:56 AM  

calm like a bomb: hodge-podge: cfreak:
Miami - I know they have been working on it but last time I was there was about 5 years ago. We had to make a connection from one terminal to another in about an hour. No transit, had to hoof it. My wife who was 7 months pregnant at the time was not amused.

My first experience with Miami left me feeling like I could have used a sherpa guide.

Miami is schizophrenic. If you fly out of the new terminal, it's pretty and convenient. If you don't, you realize the rest of the airport hasn't changed since Michael Corleone got Rocco to off Hyman Roth.


Ah, that explains things. When I used to live in S FL, I'd occasionally travel to Germany on business. Miami sucked to hard that I'd rather fly from Palm Beach and deal with a layover in DC or Atlanta than fly direct from Miami.

So, when I recently found myself scheduled for a plane change in Miami, I steeled myself for the dingy, stinky corridors stuffed with a mixture of clueless rednecks, obnoxious tourists, 3rd world immigrants carrying crated chickens and goats, and attitudinally challenged employees whose only language was Urdu or something Slavic.

Instead, I found myself in a bright, airy hall lined with good food choices, clean restrooms, and comprehensible signage. Yeah, they could use more seating at the gates, but I'd fly through there again, if I knew I'd go through that terminal.
 
2012-11-19 11:25:57 AM  

Bronzed War God: I travel more than most of you. 100k miles on delta this year, probably another 25 on other airlines.

Atlanta is actually pretty good if you're on Delta. Even if you're not, they have good food, and even though it is HUGE it is much simpler than some of the other big airports (LAX, O'Hare, Dulles, Newark, JFK and LaGuardia) to navigate and change planes. You either go through domestic security or international, and from T1 to F 16 is about 10 minutes... Try doing that in Dallas.

Charlotte has to be one of the worst, and it isn't on this list.


My airport has only two gates. Sometimes only one.

Is 78 miles from here
 
2012-11-19 11:26:23 AM  
Atlanta truly is a well oiled machine, and it's massive. Never had any issues.

/All airports suck in some way.
//Just gotta deal with it.
///Always arrive early
//Teh slashies
 
2012-11-19 11:26:48 AM  
I was in O'Hare concourse C on Saturday, waiting for my flight back to YVR. There was a bad pop and what looked like a ketchup spill near one of the terminal hubs. Someone had the foresight to place Caution signs, but it was at least 45 minutes before it had been cleaned up, after having been seen by at least 6 airport employees, by my count.

And what's with the Hudson News every 175 feet?
 
2012-11-19 11:29:57 AM  
How did they come up with the "Amenities" score? Chicago O'Hare and San Francisco Intl both have much more in terms of places to eat & shop than Sacramento, yet Sacramento ranks eighth and these other airports are way the hell down the list.
 
2012-11-19 11:33:03 AM  
In my admittedly little experience, I've found that if you can treat a large airport as if you're in a smaller airport, things go more smoothly.

For example:

Use a smaller airline with a better reputation than the larger carriers. Virgin only has two gates at Logan, and they have their own security system to support those two gates. You can be in within five minutes easily. God knows how long it would take to get through security with United or American at Logan these days.

Waypoints tend to go much better at smaller airports. Going from Boston to Oakland, I've had stopovers at either O'Hare or Denver. In O'Hare, it's always been a ten minute sprint to the next terminal over. At Denver, I've always had an hour or two to saunter one or two gates over.

If possible, using the smaller local airports has always been a better experience. I fly out of Manchester NH instead of Logan whenever possible, and if going to San Francisco, I prefer to land in Oakland instead. In both cases, it's less than an hour drive, and both airports are much smaller, less crowded, and faster in all respects. I don't care if I have a layover somewhere in between. In fact, I prefer being able to stretch my legs outside for a while.
 
2012-11-19 11:33:14 AM  
My flying in the last few years has just been back-and-forth between STL and BWI. My complaints in those regards are all about the food/booze. BWI has several bars, but the food isn't that great and you'd better be ready to stab someone for a seat if there are any delays in the airport. Plus, the only place with any decent beer, DuClaw's, is before the security checkpoint. Not very helpful if you've already gone through security.

I fly Southwest, so it's probably my own fault, but the Southwest hub at STL is pretty crummy in terms of food. The only real restaurant in there is a Chili's, so getting a drink before your flight is kind of out the window.
 
2012-11-19 11:33:34 AM  

TheGreatGazoo: And there is Mid America Airport to the east of St. Louis. They managed to build an entire airport without first checking with the airlines to see if they wanted to fly there (they didn't). It was built to be a spillover airport to the now half empty Lambert Field in St. Louis.


I don't know that being unused makes an airport bad. They were just thinking they could share a mega-runway with the USAF base there (Scott AFB) and they might snag some low volume airlines out of Lambert (on the list in TFA for good reason). That was before AA bought TWA, shut it all the way down, and even scaled back their own operations. Most of the Lambert Airport is a friggin' joke; when Southwest is your biggest carrier you've got problems.
 
2012-11-19 11:35:41 AM  
I guess this all depends on your criteria. Atlanta is the worst airport in my opinion because all the people are farking rude, they keep the airport at like 80 degrees, and there are smoking sections that make the whole place stink. Plus they run CNN constantly on every TV.
 
2012-11-19 11:37:08 AM  
The big problem with SFO isn't the terminal, it's the runways. They were designed for the Super Constellation, and are now too close together for operations during restricted visibility. There isn't enough land to spread them out, and filling in the Bay to create the necessary land is an expensive proposition. The domestic terminals at SFO are getting better, now that the Terminal 2 renovation is done. Security lines could be handled better, but given the physical constraints of the building, they're really not too bad.

My hometown just got a new terminal to replace the 1965 model. (MBS, represent!) The advantage to this is that now TSA roots through my luggage behind the scenes, like a real big-city airport. The downside is that the local "fix old no new" shiatbirds are appalled that any money was spent on it.

As someone upthread pointed out, your perception of an airport changes if you only lay over there, as opposed to it being a destination. KC, MIA, LAX and JFK are the worst I've experienced for plane changes, because of the terminal layout. SFO is tricky both ways because of fog. DTW is like a whole new airport, putting it two notches above ORD in my book, and I stay the fark out of MSP as a rule.

There's a wold of difference between SMF and any of the three main NY airports; putting them in the same list is just silly.
 
2012-11-19 11:42:08 AM  

Uchiha_Cycliste: 'how is this not simply the 25 largest airports in america?
Also, SFO is pretty righteous, I question this list.


inclusion of smf would prevent this from simply being 25 largest.
by volume its down at 40 for 2011

and used to fly between there and phx very frequently... phx was aways worse
/always
 
2012-11-19 11:43:26 AM  
"world of difference..."
 
2012-11-19 11:43:45 AM  
Altanta is not bad at all.

Reagan is a dream compared to most airports.

San Diego? Nice airport. No problems.

I don't understand how JFK is not #1 on that list. JFK is far and away the absolute worst airport to fly through, arrive at, depart from, or anything. JFK has no redeeming qualities whatsoever.
 
2012-11-19 11:45:50 AM  
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"That nosewheel feels mushy..."
 
2012-11-19 11:48:10 AM  

hornblowerfan: Dulles at #5??? Seriously?? I farking love Dulles.


Yeah, really. Dulles is fine. Never had a problem there.

I've never NOT had a major problem that required me to stay in an outrageously overpriced hotel for the night at JFK. I just avoid JFK at all costs now.
 
2012-11-19 11:51:47 AM  

jaylectricity: Cythraul: Slideshow, and for some reason, the 'view all' only shows me a spread of images that I have to individually click on to get more information.

Now, with pictures

The whole article is pretty pathetic. It's just stats. Nobody cares about stats. And it shows Denver at 80% on time but also shows pretty well in the "amenities" department. So to me, if you're gonna get delayed, at least get delayed in a nice airport.


I'm not surprised to see DIA on the list...Denver's airport blows. The design is weird as hell (they don't mention the light rail train you have to take to get to/from the terminals, which breaks down a LOT still causing missed flights and delays getting to baggage claim), and the local security/police is just retarded there. I picked someone up from a flight a couple weeks back, and while doing so saw someone park at the passenger pick up and get out of their car, immediately helping someone pick up their luggage and load it in. They were screaming at them that "you can't stop here!" despite it being a loading zone. Farking tards, at best, running the show at DIA...
 
2012-11-19 11:54:49 AM  

melopene: Atlanta's only saving grace is the smoking rooms.


Sort of....I only recently quit smoking but to be honest those were pretty nasty. I actually picked my shiat up and left because I had 2 cigs and wanted to get out of the smoke filled room.

Glad to see Newark at the top - worst airport I ever spent the night in - on the floor - couldn't sleep at all. I'm not sure why Hobby is on the list. It's a simple small airport - easy to park, easy to get to your gate. The only thing wrong with it is it's on the other side of town - not that IAH is any closer for most people who live in Houston.

Let's face it - airports basically suck. I've never been to an airport where I thought "Gee, that was a great experience. I really want to go back there".

I have a very bad impression of DFW because the first time I went there I had to run the full length of 2 terminals to catch a connecting flight. The 2nd time I went there I didn't realize that American had flights leaving from 2 terminals and of course I picked the wrong one. Not only that, but Mapquest told me to drive right past Texas Stadium - on a Sunday afternoon when the Cowboys were in town. Big farking mistake. There were ticket scalpers on the freeway. Fark you, I don't want to buy a ticket to see the Cowboys, I'm trying to get to the farking airport. But traffic was that bad that people were actually selling tickets on the farking freeway.

Detroit's airport wouldn't have been too bad, but everytime I was there my flight was always at the very end of the terminal....just keep walking, you'll get there eventually.
 
2012-11-19 11:58:46 AM  

jigger: I don't understand how JFK is not #1 on that list. JFK is far and away the absolute worst airport to fly through, arrive at, depart from, or anything. JFK has no redeeming qualities whatsoever


Then don't ever go to LaGuardia. Given the choice I take JFK every time, and not just because it's closer to where I live.
 
2012-11-19 12:11:07 PM  

calm like a bomb: I'll give a shout out to Manchester, NH. It's only basically regional, but the layout is good, you get in and out fairly quickly, and the car rental guys are always awesome. I've gotten upgraded just about every time I fly there.

I also like MSP a lot.

Worst? Easy. JFK. It should be nuked from orbit. There are other bad ones (I'm looking at you, Miami), but nothing tops that POS.


Manchester NH is almost the perfect size for an airport. Big enough for 737s and the Embraer jets, small enough that long term parking is easy walking distance from the terminal. Lehigh Valley Airport (ABE) is about the same, as was OK City the last time I was there (15 years ago probably).

I lived in Minneapolis for 11 years and MSP never failed me. Now I live in NJ, almost halfway between ABE and Newark. I wish ABE had more flights because I would love to do all my flying out of there.
 
2012-11-19 12:11:12 PM  

Pazuzu_the_gargoyle: Rapmaster2000: I would call the methodology of this list stupid, but that assumes that this list has a methodology.

No kidding. I think several of these airports are pretty good: DIA, Regan, McCarran, etc. The on-time stats have more to do with the major carriers at the airport than the airport itself.


And the fact that major hubs are impacted by weather conditions or other system problems that have nothing to do with them.

I fly out of and back into Denver all the time, pretty much never had a problem that was the airport's fault. Last late arrival I had was when United's computer crashed last summer.
 
2012-11-19 12:32:27 PM  
The experience at multiple terminal airports can be really different.

JFK Terminal 5 (B6) is really good. JFK Terminal 4 is a farking cesspoool.

LGA central terminal is a third world hell hole.

SFO Terminal 2 or International Terminal are fine. United now that they ate Continental is in Terminal 1 and Terminal 3, with a bus in between and massive confusion. Add in the SFO 1-2-3 plan, and SFO is horrible. 1 cloud + 2 planes = 3 hour delay
 
2012-11-19 12:33:05 PM  
Favorite small airport is ALB--classical music and few TVs blaring out CNN or FOX or whatever.

ATL was never a problem, MSP is current big airport and it's just fine. The guys who drive the carts are super nice if you're in a hurry.
 
2012-11-19 12:34:54 PM  
huh, I live in Las Vegas and I have never really had a problem there. Granted I (mainly) fly Southwest...typical time is 15 at check in, 15 at security, then an hour at the bar. Could be worse, oh, and Atlanta and DFW can suck it
 
2012-11-19 12:36:24 PM  
csb time: I was waiting for a flight out of Anaheim in the post 9/11 days with a woman. We arrived in plenty of time to step just off the crowded concourse and grab some coffee bagels. Then along comes a police tactical team with farkin' Rin-Tin-Tin on a leash. "Rinny" makes a beeline for my lady friend, through the crowd, and sniffs her all over.

My mind registers "WTF? Am I going prison now, instead of home?" Female officer leans in and asks my friend, "Ma'am, are you having your period?" She affirmed that she was. Good answer!
 
2012-11-19 12:38:20 PM  

SoupJohnB: csb time: I was waiting for a flight out of Anaheim in the post 9/11 days with a woman. We arrived in plenty of time to step just off the crowded concourse and grab some coffee bagels. Then along comes a police tactical team with farkin' Rin-Tin-Tin on a leash. "Rinny" makes a beeline for my lady friend, through the crowd, and sniffs her all over.

My mind registers "WTF? Am I going prison now, instead of home?" Female officer leans in and asks my friend, "Ma'am, are you having your period?" She affirmed that she was. Good answer!


coffee AND bagels

/need coffee right now
 
2012-11-19 12:44:26 PM  

FreakinB: jigger: I don't understand how JFK is not #1 on that list. JFK is far and away the absolute worst airport to fly through, arrive at, depart from, or anything. JFK has no redeeming qualities whatsoever

Then don't ever go to LaGuardia. Given the choice I take JFK every time, and not just because it's closer to where I live.


I've flown through LaGuardia once. It wasn't that bad, but it was before 9/11 and the TSA so I don't know what it's like now. It seems like most of the complaints in this thread are about the TSA and not about the particular airport. All my problems with JFK involve the airport. Your flight will arrive late because the runways are so crowded. They will make damned sure you miss your connecting flight. You will have to either hang out in the airport for 1-2 days or go to an overpriced shiatty hotel in the area. This happened to me coming and going every time 3 times in a row. After that, no more JFK. Also just because your ticket has a gate number on it doesn't mean that your flight will actually be at that gate. Also, some gate numbers have multiple gates. If you have a gate like this and you ask airport workers where your farking gate is, they will likely not know. There is no way to tell which one of the gates with the same number is yours. It's a complete clusterfark.
 
2012-11-19 12:50:23 PM  
The one in my town comes with streetlights.
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/48U
 
2012-11-19 12:53:25 PM  
Aside from being 40 minutes from town I don't have issues with DIA.
 
2012-11-19 12:57:20 PM  
Any airport can be shiatty if you have to take a large jet and then transfer to a small regional one. They tend to place them on opposite ends of the airport (O'Hare) and you have to race to make it and if you have to go to BFE and you miss the connection, the next one doesn't come til tomorrow. Almost happened to me: run a mile with carryons in 4-5 minutes.
 
2012-11-19 12:58:28 PM  

jigger: FreakinB: jigger: I don't understand how JFK is not #1 on that list. JFK is far and away the absolute worst airport to fly through, arrive at, depart from, or anything. JFK has no redeeming qualities whatsoever

Then don't ever go to LaGuardia. Given the choice I take JFK every time, and not just because it's closer to where I live.

I've flown through LaGuardia once. It wasn't that bad, but it was before 9/11 and the TSA so I don't know what it's like now. It seems like most of the complaints in this thread are about the TSA and not about the particular airport. All my problems with JFK involve the airport. Your flight will arrive late because the runways are so crowded. They will make damned sure you miss your connecting flight. You will have to either hang out in the airport for 1-2 days or go to an overpriced shiatty hotel in the area. This happened to me coming and going every time 3 times in a row. After that, no more JFK. Also just because your ticket has a gate number on it doesn't mean that your flight will actually be at that gate. Also, some gate numbers have multiple gates. If you have a gate like this and you ask airport workers where your farking gate is, they will likely not know. There is no way to tell which one of the gates with the same number is yours. It's a complete clusterfark.


I think JFK is one of those terminal-by-terminal airports. The Jet Blue terminal is pretty great, and the (soon to be replaced) Delta terminal sucks. Though I can see how it can be a pain in the ass to change planes there if you have to switch terminals. You can even mention the fact that there are 8 terminals in the first place. But being from the area I'm never changing there. Other than that it sounds like you had a couple of particularly bad experiences. Not to say JFK's been perfect in my experience, but I've also never had a problem approaching that.

But those congestion concerns you mentioned about JFK? Goes even more for LGA. It's just two runways, sticking out into the water, handling a ton of traffic. I've seen the security line stretch around the entire terminal to the point that the security line is blocking food areas. Plus one of the potential approaches to LGA involves a HARD, 90 degree left turn just before you land. That's never fun.
 
2012-11-19 12:59:47 PM  
My "local" airports are #18, #17, and #5. I don't care what anybody says about DCA: I can walk 15 minutes from my house, hop on the metro, not even bother transferring to a different line during rush hour, and hop off within a quarter mile of the security gate at DCA. Winning.
 
2012-11-19 01:14:26 PM  

Alassra: Sorry but this list fails ...

Miami should be either #2 or 3 behind Philadelphia and Hartsfield in Atlanta.

FLL is a better experience than BWI, but not the worst.


Miami should take up the first 5 slots on that list. It's just that bad.
 
2012-11-19 01:22:07 PM  
Count me in as a hater of MIA. It may have changed in the five years that have passed since I went through, but it was emotionally scarring, at best.

On a flight back from Mexico, MIA was my re-entry point into the US. I arrived in the evening, around 7pm Miami time. I had three hours to get from that terminal and to my flight back home. I thought I would be okay.

Security line OFF the plane = 1 hour of waiting for two questions. Weave through the most illogical maze of hallways EVER to FINALLY get my bag, get to customs. Of course, MY bag gets chosen to be hoisted on the table and rummaged through. Customs dude was a Grade A arsehole and spoke a dialect of Farsi to which I am not fluent in.

Take bag, send it on its merry way to my gate home. I realize the terminal to home is on the far-ass end of my current location. I have 10 minutes to get there. Needless to say, I didn't make it. No more flights home (I lived in a rural area at the time). I am trapped in farking MIA with two options for food: a shiatty cafe and Burger King. I discovered my cheeseburger was raw two bites in, which earned me a cursing in Spanish (which I returned in Croatian with much more vehemence than I intended) and a gift certificate "for my next visit." I had one package of pulverized Club crackers in my carry-on. Fark.

No sleep, a splitting migraine and an aching back from "sleeping" on the floor. Some rat bastige in the cafe decided to play Pitbull at 11 for 4 hours while he farked around. When I was finally allowed to go to the terminal I needed to be at the next morning, I blew $15 at the Starbucks there on two huge chocolatey chocolate muffins and the biggest cup of milk they would part with. I had been hovering somewhere near starving since 5pm Miami time as the Spanish omelet I had at my hotel in Mexico had been digested long ago.

I realized as I downed breakfast that I probably should've eaten lunch when I left Mexico, but my hand was forced as a hurricane was due to make landfall that afternoon and Cancun Airport was staffed with a skeleton crew. The food choices were already closed.

Fark Miami. I will NEVER fly through there again.
 
2012-11-19 01:36:10 PM  
Oops, "security line off the plane" is actually Passport-Check-Get-Stamp Line.

I have done well in suppressing the memories.
 
2012-11-19 01:39:32 PM  
Best airport - Brownsville/South Padre Island International, in Brownsville, TX. BRO

LOVE flying out of there.

Not News: CVG TSA probably should learn that telling a 12 year old girl that she may be planning on killing people and locking her up in a room is not the best way to handle things. Still Not News: because of residue on a wheelchair. Fark: That airport security provided.
 
2012-11-19 01:42:37 PM  
Harrisburg used to be nice, but then they remodeled it by adding escalators that squeak incessantly, and removed all the waiting areas. Seriously, their waiting area is now nothing but several dozen borrowed rocking chairs jammed into a foyer, flanked by two restaurants that aren't open. WTF.
 
2012-11-19 01:43:42 PM  
San Diego airport is Lindbergh Field!

/tcsh, cretins
 
2012-11-19 01:44:07 PM  

reillan: /to be fair, Tulsa is too small to be annoying to most people.


Yeah, but to about 50% of people, being there means leaving Tulsa, so it should get pretty good marks.

Not sure what my least favorite U.S. city is, but it's between Tulsa and Durham, NC--and I've been to Newark.
 
2012-11-19 01:55:59 PM  
MIA used to be my home airport. Started flying out of Fort Lauderdale, because even though that airport has the absolute worst, most abusive TSA Agents and a generally crappy attitude with everyone else that works there, it's not otherwise a terrible place to fly in or out of once you get past security.

I also can't stand Atlanta airport. Not the airport's fault. It's a nice airport. But I have never once connected on Delta without a delay. So I see far more of that airport than I care to.
 
2012-11-19 01:57:16 PM  

bv2112: Not sure what my least favorite U.S. city is, but it's between Tulsa and Durham, NC--and I've been to Newark.


Really? I lived in Durham for fifteen years, and I miss the hell out of it. If you only went once a decade ago, I get it maybe, but even the NYT has been writing articles for the last couple of years about how awesome it is.
 
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