Airports frustration index - North America 2014

The ranking shows the most frustrating airports in North America in 2014, based on an index. With an index score of 91 out of 100, New York LaGuardia was ranked as the airport where flyers had the most frustrating traveling experience overall in 2014. According to the source, the frustration score is based on how easy it is to clear security, how long it takes to get to the respective airport, the quality of its terminals and bathrooms, amenities and how often planes take off on schedule.

North America's most frustrating airports overall in 2014, based on index score

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Release date

November 2014


North America

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Supplementary notes

The index on a scale from one to 100 is based on results of an online survey, on time performance data and travel times (as retrieved from Google Maps).

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