This Is The "Angriest" Airport In The United States

Between delays, parking, long security lines and fellow passengers, it’s easy to get frustrated while navigating any airport. But some are definitely worse than others and a new report from “Forbes” reveals which airport is the “angriest” in the country.

They analyzed more than 37-thousand tweets related to the 60 busiest airports in the U.S., looking at the tweets’ sentiment, including joy, love, anger, fear, sadness and surprise. Based on that, “Forbes” has determined where travelers are most annoyed. And they name John Wayne Airport in Orange County, California as the “angriest.”

  • The biggest issues with the airport include noise, staff, TSA complaints and delays.
  • Coming in as the second most angry airport is Jacksonville International Airport in Florida, followed by Eppley Airfield in Omaha, Nebraska.
  • Despite being the world’s busiest airport, Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport is only the sixth-most anger-inducing big airport in the country.
  • On the flip side, travelers who fly through Indianapolis. Seattle-Tacoma and Kansas City are the least angry, based on Twitter activity.

Source: Travel and Leisure

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