These 10 U.S. Airports Have the Most Delays

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Jun 16. As the world adjusts to post-pandemic travel once more, it’s clear that many things have changed for the worse – and we’re not just talking about mask-wearing or confusing entry requirements anymore. There are new mainstays of the travel experience that travelers are encountering in growing numbers, and flight delays are amongst the most common and frustrating parts of travel in 2022 that travelers will have to get used to.

Whilst most travelers will be unfortunate enough to encounter delays at one time or another, there are certain airports that carry an increased risk of your flight being affected – and others where the risk is far smaller.

  1. Miami – 25% of flights delayed
  2. Dallas Love Field – 26% of flights delayed
  3. New York JFK – 27% of flights delayed
  4. Denver – 28% of flights delayed
  5. Fort Lauderdale – 28% of flights delayed
  6. Southwest Florida (Fort Myers) – 28% of flights delayed
  7. Baltimore – 29% of flights delayed
  8. Orlando – 30% of flights delayed
  9. Newark Liberty – 31% of flights delayed
  10. Chicago Midway – 33% of flights delayed

Source: Travel off Path

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