You May Want To Avoid The 10 Worst Designed Airports In America

America has spoken, and it has some strong words for a few airports in particular.

Thrillist has released its list of the worst-designed airports in the United States, and quite a few major hubs have made the dishonorable rankings.

In order to compile the rankings, they interviewed pilots, flight attendants, frequent travelers, and former baggage handlers from across the country. They also solicited reader reviews and opinions of specific airports.

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Here’s the full list:

10. Washington Dulles International Airport, Virginia
9. McCarran International Airport, Nevada
8. Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport, Louisiana
7. Denver International Airport, Colorado
6. Los Angeles International Airport, California
5. John F. Kennedy International Airport, New York
4. Chicago O’Hare International Airport, Illinois
3. Chicago Midway International Airport, Illinois
2. Newark Liberty International Airport, New Jersey
1. LaGaurdia Airport, New York

LaGaurdia Airport took the shameful top spot, with complaints including poor transit options, few food choices, aging interiors, leaky ceilings, and the second-worst flight delay track record in the the country.

Hopefully the airports on the naughty list this year can turn things around soon. Click here to check out Thrillist’s full rankings.