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eDreams Names World’s 10 Worst Airports

This week, travel website eDreams released its ranking of the 10 worst international airports, based on an aggregated score provided by 65,000 passenger reviews.

“After analysing all the comments that were submitted it was also possible to generate the ranking about the worst airports in the world,” wrote eDreams.

The current ranking is:

10. Paris Orly airport (ORY), France — 3.56/5

9. Paris Charles De Gaulle airport (CDG), France — 3.54/5

8. Berlin Tegel airport (TXL), Germany — 3.49/5

7. Rome Ciampino International airport (CIA), Italy — 3.47/5

6. Lima J. Chávez International airport (LIM), Peru — 3.40/5

5. Brussels South Charleroi airport (CRL), Belgium — 3.40/5

4. New York J. F. Kennedy airport (JFK), US — 3.40/5

3. New York LaGuardia airport (LGA), US — 3.30/5

2. London Luton airport (LTN), UK — 3.25/5

1. Berlin Schönefeld airport (SXF), Germany — 3.17/5


To read more on this story, go to Independent.co.uk.

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flyerCO March 16, 2017

Most of these are secondary airports. LGA only is international due to flights from Canada. Also it's problems aren't airport, but road construction around the airport. CDG/JFK have their issues, but I think number of passengers is going to skew the results with more complaints.

OWBA March 15, 2017

What's so bad about Lima? I mean, getting there isn't terribly nice, but the airport itself is pretty good.

largeeyes March 15, 2017

Uh, what? Tegel is awesome. Schönefeld is, in fact, awful.

dogcanyon March 15, 2017

I am perplexed at how they could name Berlin Tegel as one of the 10 worst in the world. Of all the airports in the world, TXL is my favorite for international arrivals because they have Immigration and Customs at each individual gate. So much better than most airports where you walk what seems like a mile from the plane to Immigration and then stand in a huge line with "the herd" from every other international flight. I also fail to see the issue with Schonefeld and Lima. To me they seem at least average and certainly not among the world's 10 worst. I am amazed that Addis Ababa and Delhi did not make the "10 Worst" list.