CLE, and not just because i live in Cleveland either. There are no trams to take, no driving 10 miles to find your terminal, there is just one main location for Arrivals and Departures that is split-leveled. CLE is spotter and user-friendly, with only one terminal split into 4 concourses. A, includes our two international gates, AA, USAirways, TWA, and MidEx. B, includes UA, DL, and WN. C, includes the hub carrier, CO, and NW. D, which is seperate, but connected by a underground walkway, is hub for CoEx. There is an outdoor spectator deck, as well as an indoor portion. All of the gates are close together, for easy access. Now, the only drawback is that aircraft cannot simultaneously take-off and land, so one runway has to be used for landing, usually the longer one, since it has ILS on both ends, and take-off's are on the shorter runway, only when no aircraft are landing, so there usually is a long wait.