Survey: US Airports Score Low, Ohio Airport Does Well

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A recent survey paints a grim picture for airports in the United States. Not one U.S. airport ranked in the top 25, but the Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport was ranked 30th. Cleveland Hopkins International airport did not score high enough to make the list of the top 100 airports in the world.

The top spot went to the Singapore Changi Airport.  Five of the top 10 airports are in Asia and four are in Europe.

The survey was released as part of the Skytrax World Airport Awards based on more than 12 million questionnaires filled out by passengers.  The survey covered several areas, including questions about security, comfort, staffing, arrivals, and departures.

President Obama cited the survey during a news conference on Tuesday.

Check out this link to see more on the rankings.

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