|Quoting CO18Heavy (Reply 1):|
DEN biggest problem is probably the snow in the winter but there isn't much you can do about that. When the shit hits the fan, all airports will experience problems.
Please correct me if I'm wrong.
|Quoting LAXintl (Reply 7):|
Why guess -- the DOT published the hard data.
Best Departure Ontime performance amongst large US Airports were;
January 1 - December 31, 2007 %
1 Salt Lake City, UT (SLC) 83.91
2 Portland, OR (PDX) 83.56
3 San Diego, CA (SAN) 82.52
4 Tampa, FL (TPA) 81.15
5 Los Angeles, CA (LAX) 80.20
6 Oakland, CA (OAK) 79.73
7 Houston, TX (IAH) 79.73
8 Orlando, FL (MCO) 79.26
9 Fort Lauderdale, FL (FLL) 78.47
10 St. Louis, MO (STL) 77.84
|Quoting Pilotboi (Reply 8):
I was gunna guess/suggest MCO, but I don't know the details at every airport. I've just never had any major problems myself at MCO, and I do know it's not too often that there are runway changes, gate problems, or ground movement problems in general. While it's not the perfect layout of an airport, I think it was pretty well designed
|Quoting HeyWhaTheHay (Reply 9):|
One thing that stands out.....
If you combine the top 3 airports 2007 passenger totals, they are still 6 million passengers shy of LAX.
|Quoting LAXintl (Reply 13):|
Ontime arrivals dont mean much if you are looking for actual airport performance as arrivals are at the mercy of enroute delays or delays based on where the flight originates.