Which US City Has the Best Airport?

May 7, 2013 by · Leave a Comment 

Travelers today typically have a lot of options when planning their trips. Travel websites like Expedia, Travelocity, and Trip Advisor (just to name a few) help customers find the best rates on airfare and hotels, not to mention the best restaurants and tourist attractions. So, when customers have options on where to catch their connecting flights, where do most travelers prefer to spend their time?

According to a recent report released by Travel Leaders Group, Hartsfield-Jackson Airport in Atlanta ranks as the top preferred airport if travelers have a connecting flight, and Chicago O’Hare ranked as the least preferred airport to connect through.

Chicago O'Hare Intenational Airport

Chicago O’Hare Intenational Airport (Photo credit: YoNoSoyTu)

However, Atlanta and Chicago O’Hare came in #1 and #2 respectively on the list of the best airports for business travel services. So if you’re a business traveler who missed your connection in Chicago O’Hare, at least you’ll have easy access to wifi and electrical outlets so you can keep busy while you wait for the next flight out.

What about if you’re on a family vacation? Orlando and Minneapolis/St. Paul are the top two preferred airports for travelers with kids. So if your family trip requires a long layover, consider routing your connecting flight through one of those locations.

Atlanta and Minneapolis/St. Paul both topped the dining and amenities lists. So if you’re the type of traveler who enjoys an upscale restaurant experience or a quick massage at the airport spa, a long layover in Atlanta or Minneapolis could be the perfect way for you to get the most out of your travel experience.

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