UK airports ranked from best to worst – and it’s bad news for Bristol and Leeds

We're all after a holiday after the stress of the past few years.

But getting there can feel like a chore to say the least with endless queues flight cancellations and passport issues making that summer holiday no where near as relaxing as you pictured.

Luckily though The Daily Telegraph has just come up with a brand-new ranking of the UK’s best (and worst) places to fly from in 2022.

From delays and destinations to Wi-Fi charges and transport links they covered all grounds in the study that tells you which airports to fly from and which to try and avoid.

Coming top of the list was London City Airport – the airport to go to if you want to fly in style.

It gained points for its ample number of charging points and the fact that 90% of its flights arrived on time – not bad!

Coming joint last was Bristol and Leeds Bradford. Bristol came last because if its £7 drop off charge.

That's right, you have to pay £7 to just drop someone off at the airport.

Leeds Bradford ranked poorly due to the the number of cancelled flights; more than 2% of all trips were axed last year – not ideal.

UK airports ranked

1. London City

2. Gatwick

3. Heathrow

= Newcastle

5. East Midlands

6. Luton

7. Birmingham

8. Liverpool

9. Edinburgh

10. Aberdeen

11. Manchester

12. Stansted

13. Glasgow

14. Belfast International

15. Bristol

= Leeds Bradford

So make sure you pick the right airport if you are jetting off to the sunshine this year!

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