We're not the only ones who think Newark has the lousiest airport in the United States.
A major, multiyear project to modernize LaGuardia, delays and cancellations, and construction major problems.
As is often the case in Los Angeles, getting there and getting around pose the biggest challenges.
Pre-pandemic, some 37 million travelers on nearly 900,000 flights passed through this Chicago facility every year.
Philly's aging facility came in last place among large airports on J.D. Power's airport satisfaction survey in 2021.
Cleveland’s decades-past-its-prime airport got a much-needed facelift in 2016.
bumpy landings and takeoffs, long TSA lines, parking issues, construction hassle
This Texas behemoth has long been one of the busiest airports in the country—and now it's even busier.
The scariest of all just might be West Virginia’s Yeager Airport, which sits atop a flattened hill that drops off by 300 feet.
This is what happens when you let a modernist master design an airport.