0 min left

These Are America’s Most and Least Expensive Airports to Fly Out Of

New York, USA - October 20, 2015: Air Traffic Control Tower and Terminal 4 with Air planes at the gates in JFK Airport in NY. 1963 the airport was rededicated John F. Kennedy International Airport.

What’s the cheapest or most expensive airport to fly out of? CheatSheet endeavored to find the answer by creating a ranking of all US airports based on the following criteria: 1. Transportation to/from the airport 2. Ticket prices 3. Amenities 4. Food, RewardExpert assigned airports on a scale of 0 to 100 to determine how expensive they are, via CheatSheet. Here is what they found:


The Cheapest

Spring breakers are in luck because the Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport, FLL has been ranked as the cheapest airport in the country. Ticket prices are low, the airport is increasing the number of amenities it offers, including luggage storage.

Another party town is another cheap destination: Las Vegas’ McCarran International Airport, LAS. As the second least expensive airport, McCarran offers low airfare and cheap options to get to and from the airport via bus, taxi and day parking rates.

Family vacations can add up, but flights to family-friendly Orlando make it more affordable. Orlando International Airport, MCO ranks third in the least expensive category, thanks to cheap flights and amenities like free Wifi and $40 lounge access.

Rounding out the rest of the least expensive airports are Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport, PHX, Tampa International Airport, TPA, San Jose International Airport, SJC, Denver International Airport, DEN, Oakland International Airport, OAK.


The Most Expensive

At the other end of the spectrum are the most expensive airports in the country. To save money, avoid flights out of Newark Liberty International Airport, EWR. Newark has expensive flights, food and even charges for Wifi. Other airports that will set you back are John F. Kennedy International Airport, JFK, Washington Dulles International Airport, IAD, Minneapolis–Saint Paul International Airport, MSP, Los Angeles International Airport, LAX, Charlotte Douglas International Airport, CLT, St. Louis Lambert International Airport, STL, and George Bush Intercontinental Airport, IAH.

Comments are Closed.