The worst airports in 2017 by eDreams, no surprise?

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eDreams just released a list of the worst 10 airports in the world. According to the official page, their judgement is:

After analyzing all the comments that were submitted it was also possible to generate the ranking about the worst airports in the world. In 2016 the Schönefeld airport in Berlin is ranked first with a rating of 3.17 / 5 and in second place it’s the London Luton airport. There are other airports in major cities in this top 10 list such as the two main airports in Paris and LaGuardia and JFK in New York.

And here is eDreams best worst airports in the world

1 Berlin Schönefeld airport (SXF) Germany 3,17/5
2 London Luton airport (LTN) UK 3,25/5
3 New York LaGuardia airport (LGA) United States 3,30/5
4 New York J. F. Kennedy airport (JFK) United States 3,40/5
5 Brussels South Charleroi airport (CRL) Belgium 3,40/5
6 Lima J. Chávez International airport (LIM) Peru 3,40/5
7 Rome Ciampino International airport (CIA) Italy 3,47/5
8 Berlin Tegel airport (TXL) Germany 3,49/5
9 Paris Charles De Gaulle airport (CDG) France 3,54/5
10 Paris Orly airport (ORY) France 3,56/5

Surely, all ratings are subjective and depends on participants, reviews and interviews.

But can we just all agree on one thing, the first top 100 of the shittiest airports in the world, top 1000 for the worst airport design and top 10000 for the crappiest service inside the airport belongs to only one airport in the world…

CDG – Charles de Gaulle Airport

It is officially the most hated airport by entire Europe. It is so bad, that it is actually better just to crash land 100 miles before it, rather than experience being in CDG. Charles de Gaulle immigration lines are so long, that arriving 8 hours before departure means you still will miss your plane. It’s overall so bad, on so many level, with so many things. that CDG is officially a reason to be ashamed to be European.

And as Trump would say, can we just agree that CDG is the first in the worst, and Berlin SXF is second?

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