Worst and Best Major Airports You've Been To (1 Viewer)

Deep C

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Apr 8, 2012
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#2
Best: Singapore
Worst: Heathrow

Thought Bangkok was shit too and it looked so filthy and derelict. Haven't been back in about 10 years though.
 

Bisco

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Nov 21, 2005
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#7
Best: none I'm yet to land in an airport of Dubai int caliber or more.

Worst: Riyadh airport! Used to be a great place but lack of care and the fact it's getting very old don't help it much.

Medium level: domododevo, Cairo int airport terminal 3 could be better though.
 

Kate

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Feb 7, 2011
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#8
I think I've only ever been to shitty ones. JFK's alright, as far as I can remember. LaGuardia's a bit grotty, like Heathrow. Reagan in Washington is a bit of a dump as well, but I think I remember Baltimore as being alright.

Charles de Gaulle is just funny.
 

piotrr

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Sep 13, 2011
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#12
Worst memories i have from Tolmachevo (Novosibirsk International Airport), when we landed there was a plane wreck on a next lane :lol: Airplane crashed there a day before and it was the same model as ours. There was no thing as waiting rooms as well.

Best ones were Vienna or Zurich i think .
 

Enron

Tickle Me
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Oct 11, 2005
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#18
Worst: National (DC)

Best: Minneapolis-St Paul

Had a really good experience. When I was doing the fire fighting thing we were flying into Missoula, MT by way Minn-St Paul and landed 5 minutes before our connection was due to take off on the complete opposite side of the airport. Our pilot radio'd the other pilot who talked to the airport staff who delayed the flight just long enough for us to Home Alone it to the next plane. And we didn't lose a single piece of luggage. Minn-St Paul is clutch.
 

Kate

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Feb 7, 2011
18,595
#19
How come everyone is putting Heathrow in the worst category? Is it really that bad?
I don't mind it THAT much, but it's a bit of a dive.

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Worst: National (DC)

Best: Minneapolis-St Paul

Had a really good experience. When I was doing the fire fighting thing we were flying into Missoula, MT by way Minn-St Paul and landed 5 minutes before our connection was due to take off on the complete opposite side of the airport. Our pilot radio'd the other pilot who talked to the airport staff who delayed the flight just long enough for us to Home Alone it to the next plane. And we didn't lose a single piece of luggage. Minn-St Paul is clutch.
I've had similarly good experiences with, believe it or not, Newark. They've held my plane, expressed me through lanes, and also not lost luggage.
 

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