These Airports Are The Worst In America

Traveling is stressful enough, and when you’re required to fly out of a crummy airport things are just that much worse. Between flight delays, cancelations, and weather interruptions, traveling can be a horrific experience.

Then there are factors like getting through TSA quickly enough, enduring icky bathroom facilities, or sitting for hours on the plane after landing because there are no unoccupied gates available. A disorganized airport is a traveler’s (and pilot’s) worst nightmare. Let’s take a look at some airports that are far from receiving five-star reviews from frequent flyers.

Zzzz… BWI Is A Snore

Crowded time at BWI
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Baltimore-Washington International Airport (BWI) is one of the worst, especially if you are traveling to/from Washington, D.C. It’s much closer to Baltimore and an entire 45 minutes outside of D.C., making it a major hassle to get to for Washingtonians and tourists alike.

It’s also the least enjoyable. There are few amenities and subpar food and drink options. If you have a long layover here, make sure you have your own entertainment and quality snacks on hand, because there is not a lot to see or do at BWI.