DFW Airport Flies High as One of World’s Best Airports, Report Says

Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport ranks ninth in a new ranking of the best airports in the world.

personal finance website money.co.uk looked at a number of factors at the world’s 50 busiest airports, such as flight delays, parking fees and the availability of restaurants and bars, to come up with its ranking.

Singapore’s Changi Airport climbs to the top spot in the world rankings, while Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport, ranked fourth, is the top US airport.

George Bush Intercontinental/Houston Airport takes 13th place. It ranks fourth for the lowest percentage of flights departing at least 15 minutes late in 2019.

DFW Airport – the main hub of Fort Worth-based American Airlines – is no stranger to international accolades. In 2019, world of air transport named him World Airport of the Year.

“The coveted honor recognizes DFW’s innovation in delivering a world-class customer experience, global sustainability leadership, cost-effective and efficient operations, excellent airline partnership and working with local communities to grow further the economic benefits of aviation in the Dallas-Fort Worth area,” the airport said in a 2019 news release.

Karen Walker, editor of world of air transportsaid in 2019 that DFW Airport was “richly” deserving of global praise.

“DFW has invested in infrastructure and technology to improve its facilities, efficiency and sustainability, while continuing its operations as a global mega-hub,” Walker said.

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