Anyone who has traveled this summer knows it was hard to escape all the delays and cancelations that were happening with the airlines. But, as you can imagine, those travel problems were worse at some airports rather than others. So, where were they the worst?
- FlightAware has revealed the U.S. airports that had the most flight cancelations and delays this summer (May 27 through September 5).
- All of the airports with the most delays saw a quarter or more of their flights delayed.
- Topping the list as the worst airport for delays this summer was Chicago Midway Airport, where 38% of their summer flights were delayed.
Airports With The Worst Delays This Summer
- Chicago Midway International Airport (37.7%)
- Baltimore/Washington International Airport (32.5%)
- Orlando International Airport (32.2%)
- John F. Kennedy International Airport (31%)
- Harry Reid International Airport (Las Vegas) (31%)
- Newark Liberty International Airport (30.4%)
- Dallas Love Field Airport (29.1%)
- Dallas Fort Worth International Airport (28.3%)
- Denver International Airport (27.5%)
- Charlotte Douglas International Airport (27.2%)
- As for cancelations, the worst culprits were Newark Liberty International Airport in New Jersey and LaGuardia Airport in New York, with both having 6.7% of their summer flights canceled.
Airports With The Most Cancelations This Summer
- Newark Liberty International Airport (6.7%)
- LaGuardia Airport (6.7%)
- Reagan National Airport (4.8%)
- Raleigh-Durham International Airport (3.7%)
- Cleveland Hopkins International Airport (3.5%)
- Pittsburgh International Airport (3.4%)
- Boston Logan International Airport (3%)
- John Glenn Columbus International Airport (3%)
- Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport (2.9%)
- Indianapolis International Airport (2.9%)