These Are The Airports That Will Have The Biggest Delays This Labor Day Weekend

If you’re traveling this Labor Day weekend, you might want to factor in potential delays at these U.S. airports.

Using five years of flight data from the Department of Transportation, RewardExpert figured out which airports are most likely to experience delays this holiday weekend.

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The worst offenders, historically, are New York City airports, especially Newark-New Jersey and New York LaGuardia airports. San Francisco, New Orleans, and Boston also topped the list for potential delays.

The report also determined that the Friday before Labor Day (August 31, 2018) and the Tuesday following (September 4, 2018) are the worst days to travel in terms of crowds and long lines.

Click here to check out the full report.