America's Best and Worst Airports

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George Rose

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

No. 8 Seattle (SEA)

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It’s a no-brainer that the land of Microsoft and Starbucks would score second when it came to Wi-Fi and No. 1 for terminal coffee shops. But other factors are more middle-of-the-road, such as location (15th), cleanliness (10th), and overall service (11th). Readers also felt Seattle’s airport lacked spa facilities, a common complaint but perhaps more pointed in this overly caffeinated and wired city.

America's Best and Worst Airports

No. 8 Seattle (SEA)

It’s a no-brainer that the land of Microsoft and Starbucks would score second when it came to Wi-Fi and No. 1 for terminal coffee shops. But other factors are more middle-of-the-road, such as location (15th), cleanliness (10th), and overall service (11th). Readers also felt Seattle’s airport lacked spa facilities, a common complaint but perhaps more pointed in this overly caffeinated and wired city.

George Rose
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