The Best (and Worst) Airports, According to Pilots, Flight Attendants, and Travelers
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The Best (and Worst) Airports, According to Pilots, Flight Attendants, and Travelers

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A recent Reddit thread shined some light on the airports that are worth a visit, and others to avoid entirely.

Enjoying your time at an airport can be tough. After all, there's no topping the destination that follows—you know, the place you paid to get to and enjoy for an extended period of time. But there are some out there that are a bit more memorable than others. Recently, a thread on the AskReddit forum popped up asking Redditors around the world what they thought they'd rank as the best airports to visit.

The question was simple: "Pilots and Flight Attendants, which airports do you love and which ones do you hate?" The original post has garnered more than 5,660 responses—from both professionals and passengers—chock full of useful tips and suggestions. Ahead, read on for a few things we're bookmarking for future travels.

The Best: Singapore Changi Airport and Detroit

The Worst: LaGuardia and Charles de Gaulle

Notable Mentions: Milwaukee, Portland, and Munich

Erika Owen is the Audience Engagement Editor at Travel + Leisure. Follow her on Twitter and Instagram at @erikaraeowen.

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