Air passenger rights company AirHelp compiled data on airports with the most flight disruptions in February 2023 to determine airports travelers should avoid if they want a smooth trip this spring. The study looked at airports that serviced more than 1,000 flights in the month of February.
The airports with the highest percentage of flight disruptions are:
- Kahului Airport (30.82 percent)
- Reno/Tahoe International Airport (29.15 percent)
- Harry Reid International Airport, Las Vegas (28.52 percent)
- Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport (28.51 percent)
- Boston Logan International Airport (28.23 percent)
Dallas’s two airports, Dallas Love Field and Dallas/Fort Worth International, ranked in the top five for highest percentage of canceled flights in February. Those planning one last ski trip might want to avoid Denver International Airport, with 26.65 percent of flights interrupted. Instead, opt for Salt Lake City International, with just 21 percent of flights disrupted.
Traveling to Florida this spring? Jacksonville (JAX) and Tampa (TPA) ranked as Florida’s best airports, both with less than 18 percent of total flights disrupted. Should you find yourself in South Florida, fly directly to Miami (MIA) instead of West Palm (PBI) or Fort Lauderdale (FLL), as Miami International had a lower percentage of canceled flights this February.
Georgia’s airports maintain commendable stats, with 84.02 percent of flights leaving on time from Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport and 84.15 flights leaving on time from Savannah/Hilton Head International Airport. The country’s most reliable airport in February was McGhee Tyson Airport outside Knoxville, Tennessee, with more than 85 percent of flights on time.
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