Courtesy of The Port Authority of NY & NJ

#30 New York

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The Big Apple has long made a tradition of outdoing its
fellow American cities, and its area airports—JFK, LaGuardia, and Newark—indeed stand out, at least in terms of being miserable. Food,
entertainment,
on-time
performance
, and staff
efficiency
all occupy the last-place ranks in the AFC survey. The highest
the NYC airports rank for anything is 28th—for airline
clubs
, which perhaps just serve as a comfortable place to hide until your
flight finally boards.

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America's Best and Worst Airports 2010

#30 New York

The Big Apple has long made a tradition of outdoing its
fellow American cities, and its area airports—JFK, LaGuardia, and Newark—indeed stand out, at least in terms of being miserable. Food,
entertainment,
on-time
performance
, and staff
efficiency
all occupy the last-place ranks in the AFC survey. The highest
the NYC airports rank for anything is 28th—for airline
clubs
, which perhaps just serve as a comfortable place to hide until your
flight finally boards.

See all the 2009 America’s Favorite Cities survey results!

Vote in the 2010 America’s Favorite Cities survey!

Courtesy of The Port Authority of NY & NJ

America's Best and Worst Airports 2010

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