Las Vegas McCarran International (LAS): McCarran’s proximity to downtown, high J.D. Power score of 765 for quality and service and low average hotel price of $143 are only a few of the reasons why LAS is the top airport in the country for business travelers.
Charlotte Douglas International (CLT): Charlotte’s ranking is no surprise – it came in as the number one overall best airport for parking in a previous TravelBank study ranking the Cheapest and Most Expensive Airport Parking in America. It’s also home to one of the highest on-time arrival percentage rates in the country with 84.22 percent of flights arriving on-time (BTS, 2017).
Phoenix Sky Harbor International (PHX): Sky Harbor isn’t too far behind – 83 percent of all flights arrived on-time last year (BTS, 2017). It also ranked in the top three best in TravelBank’s Best and Worst Airports for Transit. Not to mention, PHX ranked second best major U.S. airport last year for dining (RewardExpert, 2018), making wait times that much more enjoyable.
Salt Lake City International (SLC): Not only does SLC boast a high J.D. Power score of 754 for its quality and service, but its $3.6 billion dollar makeover is set to debut in 2020 (Deseret News, 2018). We will no doubt keep SLC top of mind of business travelers for years to come.
San Diego International (SAN): San Diego’s sunny, warm weather and vibrant culture is home to more than some of the biggest convention and tourist facilities, its airport came in as the second best airport for transit in TravelBank’s previous transit ranking. San Diego also holds a high J.D. Power rating of 757 and was recently included in a roundup of the best airports for beer drinkers (Paste Magazine, 2018).
Source: TravelBank Rank study, visit: https://travelbank.com/blog/news/best-worst-airports-for-business-travel/