Flight attendants spend a lot of time in airports and get to see
more of them than the average traveler.
Business Insider asked eight flight attendants which airport is
their favorite. Six asked for anonymity due to a fear of reprisal
from their employer.
Here’s what they said.
Denver International Airport
Two flight attendants, who work for Spirit Airlines and United
Airlines, said Denver International Airport is their favorite.
They cited the airport’s food and coffee options, its large
number of gates, and its crew lounge, which has an excellent view
of the runway, the United flight attendant said.
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Detroit Metropolitan Wayne County Airport
A flight attendant for Delta Air Lines said Detroit Metropolitan
Wayne County Airport is easy to get around.
“The navigation in Detroit is so much easier,” she said. “If you
have a quick connection, you can always make it.”
San Diego International Airport
A United Airlines flight attendant said San Diego International
Airport is clean, beautiful, and has great food options.
Incheon International Airport
A Delta flight attendant said South Korea’s Incheon International
Airport is clean, spacious, easy to navigate, and has amenities
like showers, massage chairs, and a spa.
“It’s the one place that you want to be if you have to sit in the
airport for a while,” he said.
Philadelphia International Airport
“They have a ton of food options in Philadelphia,” said Kevin
Cain, a flight attendant for PSA Airlines. “I think food options
is what makes a good airport.”
Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport
Sally Ann MacLagan, a flight attendant for Mesa Airlines, said
Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport has nice amenities,
like a mall and a store specifically designed for crew members.
Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport
“My favorite airport is DFW because it’s huge but easy to get
around,” a flight attendant for American Airlines said. “They
have tons and tons of food options. It’s a very
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