Wednesday, August 10, 2016

Four of the Highest Rated Airports in the United States


A retired entrepreneur with more than 20 years of executive experience, Jeffery Scott Fraser launched several successful startups over the course of his career. Jeffery Fraser spends his retirement traveling between Wyoming and Alaska, where he operates the historic Tsaina Lodge.

Frequent travelers often visit many different airports, leading to some of the best and worst airport experiences. The following list includes some of the highest-rated US airports to fly in or visit.

1. Tampa International Airport (TPA): innovative and convenient, the Tampa International Airport was designed over 50 years ago and still maintains its sense of panache and charm. It features a series of shuttles that transport people between the central terminal and its various satellites, a unique service at the time it opened. Its proximity to downtown also makes it a highly-rated airport.

2. Austin-Bergstrom International Airport (AUS): rated among the top five airports for leisure and travel, Austin-Bergstrom International offers exceptional dining locations and six live music venues for travelers and locals alike.

3. Nashville International Airport (BNA): Nashville International serves as a cultural hub with live music by local performers and rotating mixed-media art exhibits. Its small size makes it quick and easy to navigate, and it offers an old-country charm in design. Additionally, it has one of the lowest rates of delay among US airports.

4. Indianapolis International Airport (IND): efficiency meets Midwestern charm at the Indianapolis International Airport, which features the circular Civic Plaza at its center. It also possesses a security checkpoint system designed to help passengers breeze through procedures set by the Transportation Security Administration. Additionally, concourses offer a range of favorite eateries.

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