America's Worst Airports

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It’s a drag to fly through these lackluster airports, according to Travel + Leisure readers.

No. 15 Lambert–St. Louis (STL)

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Our readers don’t have much good to say about Lambert–St. Louis, which is outdated and could use a facelift. The check-in process and the overall design of this airport displease them, and the dining options are mostly the usual fast-food outlets like Dunkin’ Donuts and Chili’s—bad news, as the survey suggests delays are commonplace. At least its location (rated 39th out of 67) isn’t as bad as some other airports.

America's Worst Airports

No. 15 Lambert–St. Louis (STL)

Our readers don’t have much good to say about Lambert–St. Louis, which is outdated and could use a facelift. The check-in process and the overall design of this airport displease them, and the dining options are mostly the usual fast-food outlets like Dunkin’ Donuts and Chili’s—bad news, as the survey suggests delays are commonplace. At least its location (rated 39th out of 67) isn’t as bad as some other airports.

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