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Old Posted Sep 27, 2021, 7:13 PM
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Originally Posted by jonesrmj View Post
So, JD Power came out with their 2021 Rankings for Best Airports in the US and Canada:

Chicago's Airports didn't do that great. But some of these rankings are surprising. Like how are Miami and JFK the best mega airports?

Mega Airports:

1.) Miami (828)
2.) New York JFK (817)
3.) Minneapolis – St. Paul (815)
4.) Orlando (812)
5.) Phoenix (808)
6.) Las Vegas (806)
7.) Dallas – Fort Worth (805)
8.) Houston Intercontinental (801)
9.) Detroit (798)
10.) Charlotte and San Francisco (tie) (796)
12.) Denver and Fort Lauderdale (tie) (793)
14.) LAX and Newark (tie) (792)
15.) Seattle (789)
16.) Boston (784)
17.) Toronto (780)
18.) Chicago O'Hare (772)

Large Airports:

1.) New Orleans (844)
2.) Tampa (843)
3.) Raleigh-Durham (841)
4.) Dallas Love Field (829)
5.) Salt Lake City (826)
6.) Nashville (820)
7.) Austin (819)
8.) San Diego (814)
9.) San Antonio (813)
10.) Washington National (804)
11.) Portland (803)
12.) Sacramento and Washington Dulles (tie) (802)
14.) St. Louis (801)
15.) Chicago Midway and Kansas City (tie) (800)
17.) Houston Hobby (794)
18.) Baltimore (785)
19.) New York LaGuardia (781)
20.) Philadelphia (758)

https://www.jdpower.com/business/pre...sfaction-study
I do not agree with Miami being #1. I can see how the layout kind of makes sense, in theory, but SLC, Denver and Seattle have better airport IMO.
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