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America's Best and Worst Airports

America's best and worst airports: Atlanta (ATL)

Courtesy of Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport

No. 10 Atlanta (ATL)

Public transportation to and from the airport was lauded in Atlanta. But a string of solid 14th-ranked scores—for longish waits at check-in and security lines, less than user-friendly Wi-Fi, slow baggage handling, average staff responsiveness, and location—kept it ranked among the worst airports on our score sheet. The shortage of kid-friendly areas was also an issue, given the vast size of this hub.

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