America's Best and Worst Airports
Laguardia Airport

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.

Worst: No. 1 New York (LGA)

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Dilapidated La Guardia hasn’t aged well. The airport has the dubious honor of ranking the worst for the check-in and security process, the worst for baggage handling, the worst when it comes to providing Wi-Fi, the worst at staff communication, and the worst design and cleanliness. If there was a ray of hope, its location, which ranked 16th, was considered superior to six other airports.

Laguardia Airport

America's Best and Worst Airports

Worst: No. 1 New York (LGA)

Dilapidated La Guardia hasn’t aged well. The airport has the dubious honor of ranking the worst for the check-in and security process, the worst for baggage handling, the worst when it comes to providing Wi-Fi, the worst at staff communication, and the worst design and cleanliness. If there was a ray of hope, its location, which ranked 16th, was considered superior to six other airports.

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