Courtesy of Logan International Airport

#26 Boston

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Logan Airport sure does try to please travelers, with its
kids’ play areas, rocking chairs, free WiFi, and even an on-site spa—but AFC
voters aren’t noticing, ranking it 22nd for entertainment.
Maybe they just can’t find the good stuff: Logan lands near the bottom (No. 28)
for design
and functionality
, which includes layout and good signage, and ranks No. 25
for transportation both inside and outside the airport. Things improve once you get out of Logan’s reach, though: the city of Boston ranks fifth for its mass
transit and for being pedestrian-friendly
.

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America's Best and Worst Airports 2010

#26 Boston

Logan Airport sure does try to please travelers, with its
kids’ play areas, rocking chairs, free WiFi, and even an on-site spa—but AFC
voters aren’t noticing, ranking it 22nd for entertainment.
Maybe they just can’t find the good stuff: Logan lands near the bottom (No. 28)
for design
and functionality
, which includes layout and good signage, and ranks No. 25
for transportation both inside and outside the airport. Things improve once you get out of Logan’s reach, though: the city of Boston ranks fifth for its mass
transit and for being pedestrian-friendly
.

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

Vote in the 2010 America’s Favorite Cities survey!

Courtesy of Logan International Airport

America's Best and Worst Airports 2010

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