In the latest research study by AirHelp, only one U.S. airport made the top ten best list—Cincinnati.
One possible reason: it’s suffered a huge drop in airline traffic, so it’s almost always uncrowded.
Other airport winners were Singapore, Munich, and Hong Kong.
Madrid, Auckland, and Frankfurt also fared well.
So who made the top ten?
1. Singapore Changi Airport
2. Munich International Airport
3. Hong Kong International Airport
4. Copenhagen Kastrup Airport
5. Helsinki: Vantaa Airport
6. Cincinnati Northern Kentucky International Airport
7. Barcelona: El Prat Airport
8. Madrid Adolfo Suarez-Barajas Airport
9. Auckland International Airport
10. Frankfurt International Airport
But the bottom end of the list includes two in the U.S.—Los Angeles and Newark.
Of the 76 listings, Los Angeles International ranked 66.
Here are the are the airports that ranked lowest:
1. Kuwait Airport
2. London Gatwick Airport
3. Manchester Airport
4. Newark Liberty International Airport
5. London Stansted Airport
6. Edinburgh Airport
7. Mumbai Airport
8. Dubai International Airport
9. Bangkok Suvarnabhumi International Airport
10. Delhi Airport
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