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AirHelp data reveals Minneapolis/St. Paul International Airport is best U.S. airport

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Based on “on time performance” from airports with 100,000+ flights in 2021.

The summer travel season is off to a tumultuous start – thousands of flights are getting cancelled and delayed. Reasons vary from bad weather to air traffic control delays, airline crew member shortages, long security lines at airports or mechanical issues. As travelers set their sights on summer travel, AirHelp – an air passenger rights company – analyzed their data to compile the best and worst airports across the U.S.

Based on “on time performance” from airports with 100,000+ flights in 2021, see the best and worst U.S. airports.

Best U.S. Airports:
MSP – Minneapolis/St. Paul International Airport
DTW – Detroit Metropolitan Wayne County
SFO – San Francisco International Airport
ATL – Atlanta Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport
SLC – Salt Lake City Airport
CLT – Charlotte Airport
SEA – Seattle Tacoma Airport
BOS – Boston Edward L Logan International Airport
PHL – Philadelphia International Airport
LAX – Los Angeles International Airport
 
Worst U.S. airports:
EWR – Newark Liberty International Airport
DEN – Denver International Airport
FLL – Fort Lauderdale/Hollywood International Airport
LAS – Las Vegas McCarran International Airport
MCO – Orlando International Airport
MIA – Miami International Airport
DFW – Dallas Fort Worth International Airport
IAH – Houston George Bush Intercontinental Airport
JFK – New York JFK International Airport
ORD – Chicago O’Hare International Airport

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