We’re always trying to figure out what the best and worst airports are to visit. There have been a number of organizations and companies that have done the research and come up with a top list. At our EWR Airport parking company, we put several different ones together to create our own list of best airports, based on delayed/canceled flights, average airfares, ambiance and setting, and overall traveler preference:
Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport
As a hub for American Airlines, this airport offers flights to nearly any major city in the world. It’s also known for its great shopping opportunities, more than 120 restaurants and bars, children’s playgrounds, spas, multiple airport lounges, and more. It’s also easy to navigate, via its Skylink transportation system.
Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport
Sitting practically on the border of Kentucky and Ohio, this airport is great for tech-savvy travelers. Not only does the website keep you updated on security line wait times, but it’ll also tell you how many parking spaces are left. You’ll also find plenty of USB connectors, electrical outlets, and free wi-fi, making it great for business travelers.
Seattle-Tacoma International Airport
As the largest airport in the Pacific Northwest, Seattle doesn’t fall short on its services and offerings. Travelers love its range of shops and restaurants as well as its Sea-Tac Music Experience, a live-streaming music program that showcases local bands and artists as well as live concerts. It’s also highly rated when it comes to on-time flights.
Logan International Airport
Boston’s airport gives travelers easy access to the city via MBTA as well as a good record for on-time flights. In addition, things seem to flow smoothly at Logan, which means you won’t spend too much time in the security line. In addition, the airport used recycled materials for construction and its heat-reflecting roof, making it an environmentally friendly airport.
Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport
With more than 50 places to shop, dozens of places to eat, and several play areas for kids, visitors always have something to do at this Minnesota airport. In addition, the MSP Arts and Culture Program is constantly rotating projects, exhibits, and performances by local artists, so there’s always something to see as well.
Charlotte Douglas International Airport
Located right near the border of North Carolina and South Carolina, Charlotte Douglas has a wide variety of gourmet and specialty foods to offer. In addition, its design boasts tons of large glass windows for natural light and modern pillars and ceiling joists, giving it an open feel. Add some rocking chairs and free wi-fi, and it’s sure to be a crowd pleaser.