These Are The Worst Airports For Holiday Travel

The holidays are basically here, all the Christmas commercials prove that. So here's a list of the airports that will have the most delayed or cancelled flights. Plan accordingly.

Data from the Bureau of Transportation Statistics shows that the two airports with the most frequent delays are in the New York tri-state area. Both Newark Liberty International Airport and LaGuardia Airport have percentages of on-time flights at 75.71% and 77.48%. That may not seem so bad but when you compare it to everyone else, they're not doing so great.

The rest of the top five airports with terrible delays/cancellations are as follows.

3- Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport (79.23%)

4- Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport (79.78%)

5- Palm Beach International Airport (80.34%)

On a positive note, the data also showed the airports with the best chance to arrive to your destination on time. The best on-time flight records went to Daniel K. Inouye International Airport in Hawaii (88.31%); Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport (87.32%); and Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport (87.27%).

When it comes to airlines, these are the ones with the most delays:

1- Allegiant Air with an on-time arrival record of 72.69%.

2- JetBlue with 76.80%

3- Frontier Airlines at 78.76%

4- Envoy Air at 80.48%

5- United Airlines rounded off the top five with 81.40%

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