You’d think with the nice weather, summer would make air travel easy, but it doesn’t.
Some delays are inevitable but it turns out several airports perform a lot worse than others during this busy travel season. According to Fox News,
MileCards.com recently analyzed on-time arrival data from the U.S. Department of Transportation from the last ten years, looking at 50 of the busiest airports in the U.S. Three of the four worst airports for on-time summer arrivals are located in or around New York: Newark Liberty International (66.5 percent), LaGuardia (66.9 percent) and John F. Kennedy International (69.2 percent) ranked first, second and fourth in worst on-time arrival percentage between 2007 and 2016, respectively. San Francisco International and Boston’s Logan International round out the top five worst airports for on-time arrivals in the summer, while Chicago’s O’Hare, Philadelphia International, Miami International, Ronald Reagan Washington National, and John Glenn Columbus International Airport also cracked the list of the top 10 worst for summer travel. Hawaii dominates the list of the best airports for on-time arrivals during the summer. Kahului Airport and Honolulu International Airport rank numbers one and two at 88 percent and 86.5 percent, respectively.
Didn’t see Houston on the list, so that’s a relief!