Newark Airport (EWR) Ranks The Worst!
Newark’s Liberty International Airport (EWR) was ranked the worst airport for delays over 15 minutes or cancellations according to a report by AirHelp, a passenger rights organization. Based on the report only 64% of flights departing from EWR were on time. The report is based on available flight data from the month of June and July 2019 from airports that had over a thousand flights.
Flights out of the New York and New Jersey areas ranked some of the worst on the list with LaGuardia Aiport (LGA) ranking only slightly better at 66% and John F. Kennedy (JFK) coming in at 74%.
Granted the airports in this area handle an extremely large volume of flights which inevitably leads to delays and cancellations. Still, if you’re flying out of these airports it helps to expect delays. Fortunately, these airports provide excellent amenities with shopping, restaurants, and lounges available.
It makes sense to plan ahead. Our airport drivers constantly monitor your inbound and outbound flights making sure your on-time for your flight as well as picked up when your flight lands regardless of delays. Book a reservation today to get started and never look for an airport car service again.
Here is a look at other airports and how they ranked:
|1||Newark Liberty International Airport (EWR)||64%|
|2||Chicago O’Hare International Airport (ORD)||65%|
|3||LaGuardia Airport (LGA)||66%|
|4||Denver International Airport (DEN)||66%|
|5||Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport (DFW)||68.5%|
|6||George Bush Intercontinental Airport (IAH)||71%|
|7||Charlotte Douglas International Airport (CLT)||73%|
|8||John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK)||74%|
|9||Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport (ATL)||77%|
|10||Los Angeles International Airport (LAX)||77.5%|