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The Best and Worst U.S. Airports | WSJ

WSJ’s Scott McCartney released this year’s list ranking the country’s 20 largest airports. After looking at 15 metrics related to operations, value and convenience, the list has a new No. 1.

Full list:
1. Phoenix (PHX)
2. Denver (DEN)
3. Fort Lauderdale (FLL)
3. Detroit Metro (DTW)
5. Orlando (MCO)
6. Las Vegas (LAS)
7. Atlanta (ATL)
8. Dallas/Forth Worth (DFW)
9. Los Angeles (LAX)
10. Houston Bush (IAH)
11. Charlotte (CLT)
12. Seattle (SEA)
13. Minneapolis (MSP)
14. San Francisco (SFO)
15. Boston (BOS)
16. Chicago O’Hare (ORD)
17. Miami (MIA)
18. Philadelphia (PHL)
19. New York JFK (JFK)
20. Newark (EWR)
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