Air travel in 2022 has proven awfully challenging with passengers oftentimes facing long lines at security, crowded gate areas and flights taking off well behind schedule or sometimes not at all. Fortunately, there’s enough data on hand to determine the airports to target and the ones to steer clear of if you can. The team of travel experts at Price4Limo recently analyzed 2022 U.S. Bureau of Transportation Statistics data, looking at some of the latest flight delay and cancellation data for the top airports across the country from June 2021 to June 2022 to reveal the hubs travelers can likely depend on or perhaps should avoid if possible this fall. Here are the 10 airports that fare the best and worst when it comes to flight disruptions right now, starting with the latter.
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