The 10 Worst Airports In 2020

by | Jan 18, 2020


The 10 Worst Airports In 2020

Airports can be a terrible experience, but there are some that are strictly layover and leave it.

Stressed out travelers, crowds and bad food are just a few gripes people have while traveling. And while airports differ, there are some you should actively avoid. To help you plan your next adventure, forbes put together a list of the ten worst airports in the world.

It was compiled based on social media feedback, passenger reviews, services and on-time performance.

Coming in at number ten with a 6.6 out of 10 is London Gatwick Airport, the second-largest airport in the U.K. and one of the worst in the world because of quality and punctuality. Despite attempts to turn things around by renovating terminals, passengers say it’s overcrowded.

Next, with a 6.5 out of 10 is Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport in Canada. Even though it has a waterfront location passenger complaints about poor service and limited food options drove down the score.

To see the rest of the list, check out the original article now. Start you trip off right.

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