America's Best and Worst Airports

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Where are you likely to develop air rage? Find out the results ofTravel + Leisure’s survey of America’s best and worst airports.

No. 6 Baltimore (BWI)

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Fly through Baltimore, and you stand one of the best chances that your flight will take off and not be canceled, say T+L readers. And with a No. 4 ranking for check-in and security lines, there’s a very good chance that you’ll speed through TSA lines as well. And if there’s a problem, the seventh-ranked staff communication means that your complaint should be heard and dealt with appropriately.

America's Best and Worst Airports

No. 6 Baltimore (BWI)

Fly through Baltimore, and you stand one of the best chances that your flight will take off and not be canceled, say T+L readers. And with a No. 4 ranking for check-in and security lines, there’s a very good chance that you’ll speed through TSA lines as well. And if there’s a problem, the seventh-ranked staff communication means that your complaint should be heard and dealt with appropriately.

Courtesy of Baltimore/Washington International Airport
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