Frequent fliers and first-time passengers dread arriving at airports only to discover their flights have been delayed—or worse, canceled. Even a delay of one hour can throw a journey into disarray, causing passengers to miss connecting flights or the meetings they were flying out to catch in the first place.

There are five basic kinds of cancellations and delays for aircraft. Carrier delays are the fault of the airline and often the most frustrating for passengers, like inefficient loading and unloading, plane cleanings, fueling delays, or problems with maintenance and crew. Extreme weather delays refer to uncontrollable, dangerous weather that postpones or prevents an aircraft from taking off. National Airspace System delays are within the control of the NAS and include nonextreme weather, heavy airline traffic, or air traffic control issues. Late-arriving aircraft delays refer to flights arriving late, so the aircraft’s next flight is similarly delayed. The last delay involves airport security, which causes big headaches when long lines (defined as waits lasting 30 minutes or longer), broken equipment, terminals, or concourse evacuation or reboarding due to a security breach causes a delay.

Some airports are better at working these kinks out before you make it through the security checkpoint than others. The Bureau of Transportation Statistics collects data on where and why flights are taking off and arriving late. Stacker analyzed the data collected from August 2021 to July 2022 at the 241 U.S. airports with more than 1,000 flights a year to find those with the most delays. Airports are ranked by on-time performance, referring to flights that weren’t canceled, diverted, or delayed for 15 minutes or more. Percentages are further given for the causes of each delay.

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#100. Richmond, Virginia: Richmond International

– Annual flights (August 2021-July 2022): 18,746
– On-time performance: 76.64%
– Air carrier delay: 8.8%
– Weather delay: 0.8%
– National Aviation System delay: 4.2%
– Security delay: 0.1%
– Aircraft arriving late delay: 6.5%
– Cancelled flights: 3.0%
– Diverted flights: 0.1%

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#99. Little Rock, Arkansas: Bill and Hillary Clinton Nat Adams Field

– Annual flights (August 2021-July 2022): 10,273
– On-time performance: 76.59%
– Air carrier delay: 9.8%
– Weather delay: 1.0%
– National Aviation System delay: 3.3%
– Security delay: 0.0%
– Aircraft arriving late delay: 7.0%
– Cancelled flights: 2.0%
– Diverted flights: 0.3%

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#98. Nashville, Tennessee: Nashville International

– Annual flights (August 2021-July 2022): 84,727
– On-time performance: 76.54%
– Air carrier delay: 8.2%
– Weather delay: 0.5%
– National Aviation System delay: 3.7%
– Security delay: 0.1%
– Aircraft arriving late delay: 8.4%
– Cancelled flights: 2.5%
– Diverted flights: 0.1%

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#97. Christiansted, Virgin Islands: Henry E. Rohlsen

– Annual flights (August 2021-July 2022): 1,226
– On-time performance: 76.51%
– Air carrier delay: 10.1%
– Weather delay: 1.1%
– National Aviation System delay: 6.4%
– Security delay: 0.3%
– Aircraft arriving late delay: 4.9%
– Cancelled flights: 0.7%
– Diverted flights: 0.0%

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#96. San Antonio, Texas: San Antonio International

– Annual flights (August 2021-July 2022): 33,033
– On-time performance: 76.49%
– Air carrier delay: 9.8%
– Weather delay: 0.5%
– National Aviation System delay: 2.9%
– Security delay: 0.1%
– Aircraft arriving late delay: 8.1%
– Cancelled flights: 2.0%
– Diverted flights: 0.2%

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#95. Charlotte Amalie, Virgin Islands: Cyril E King

– Annual flights (August 2021-July 2022): 5,912
– On-time performance: 76.30%
– Air carrier delay: 9.0%
– Weather delay: 0.5%
– National Aviation System delay: 9.0%
– Security delay: 0.1%
– Aircraft arriving late delay: 3.3%
– Cancelled flights: 1.4%
– Diverted flights: 0.3%

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#94. Reno, Nevada: Reno/Tahoe International

– Annual flights (August 2021-July 2022): 20,305
– On-time performance: 76.24%
– Air carrier delay: 9.7%
– Weather delay: 0.9%
– National Aviation System delay: 2.4%
– Security delay: 0.0%
– Aircraft arriving late delay: 8.4%
– Cancelled flights: 1.8%
– Diverted flights: 0.3%

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#93. Nantucket, Massachusetts: Nantucket Memorial

– Annual flights (August 2021-July 2022): 1,531
– On-time performance: 76.22%
– Air carrier delay: 8.1%
– Weather delay: 1.5%
– National Aviation System delay: 4.8%
– Security delay: 0.0%
– Aircraft arriving late delay: 5.0%
– Cancelled flights: 3.7%
– Diverted flights: 0.7%

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#92. Lubbock, Texas: Lubbock Preston Smith International

– Annual flights (August 2021-July 2022): 5,679
– On-time performance: 76.18%
– Air carrier delay: 9.7%
– Weather delay: 0.6%
– National Aviation System delay: 1.4%
– Security delay: 0.1%
– Aircraft arriving late delay: 9.4%
– Cancelled flights: 2.4%
– Diverted flights: 0.2%

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#91. Burbank, California: Bob Hope

– Annual flights (August 2021-July 2022): 29,540
– On-time performance: 76.13%
– Air carrier delay: 7.6%
– Weather delay: 0.3%
– National Aviation System delay: 3.0%
– Security delay: 0.0%
– Aircraft arriving late delay: 9.5%
– Cancelled flights: 3.0%
– Diverted flights: 0.4%

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#90. Raleigh/Durham, North Carolina: Raleigh-Durham International

– Annual flights (August 2021-July 2022): 52,971
– On-time performance: 76.11%
– Air carrier delay: 8.8%
– Weather delay: 0.6%
– National Aviation System delay: 4.3%
– Security delay: 0.1%
– Aircraft arriving late delay: 7.1%
– Cancelled flights: 2.8%
– Diverted flights: 0.2%

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#89. Boston, Massachusetts: Logan International

– Annual flights (August 2021-July 2022): 125,707
– On-time performance: 76.09%
– Air carrier delay: 8.1%
– Weather delay: 0.6%
– National Aviation System delay: 5.0%
– Security delay: 0.1%
– Aircraft arriving late delay: 6.7%
– Cancelled flights: 3.3%
– Diverted flights: 0.1%

Small brown buildings at the Gunnison-Crested Butte airport surrounded by snowy mountains.
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#88. Gunnison, Colorado: Gunnison-Crested Butte Regional

– Annual flights (August 2021-July 2022): 1,015
– On-time performance: 76.06%
– Air carrier delay: 12.6%
– Weather delay: 0.6%
– National Aviation System delay: 0.3%
– Security delay: 0.0%
– Aircraft arriving late delay: 5.2%
– Cancelled flights: 4.5%
– Diverted flights: 0.7%

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#87. Midland/Odessa, Texas: Midland International Air and Space Port

– Annual flights (August 2021-July 2022): 8,542
– On-time performance: 76.02%
– Air carrier delay: 10.0%
– Weather delay: 0.6%
– National Aviation System delay: 2.1%
– Security delay: 0.1%
– Aircraft arriving late delay: 8.5%
– Cancelled flights: 2.5%
– Diverted flights: 0.2%

Eppley Airfield from above the clouds.
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#86. Omaha, Nebraska: Eppley Airfield

– Annual flights (August 2021-July 2022): 21,953
– On-time performance: 76.00%
– Air carrier delay: 10.6%
– Weather delay: 1.1%
– National Aviation System delay: 2.9%
– Security delay: 0.0%
– Aircraft arriving late delay: 7.3%
– Cancelled flights: 1.9%
– Diverted flights: 0.2%

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#85. Pensacola, Florida: Pensacola International

– Annual flights (August 2021-July 2022): 11,994
– On-time performance: 75.98%
– Air carrier delay: 9.0%
– Weather delay: 0.8%
– National Aviation System delay: 4.4%
– Security delay: 0.1%
– Aircraft arriving late delay: 7.1%
– Cancelled flights: 2.4%
– Diverted flights: 0.2%

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#84. Martha’s Vineyard, Massachusetts: Martha’s Vineyard Airport

– Annual flights (August 2021-July 2022): 1,006
– On-time performance: 75.94%
– Air carrier delay: 10.3%
– Weather delay: 0.2%
– National Aviation System delay: 3.1%
– Security delay: 0.1%
– Aircraft arriving late delay: 6.4%
– Cancelled flights: 3.5%
– Diverted flights: 0.4%

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#83. Burlington, Vermont: Burlington International

– Annual flights (August 2021-July 2022): 7,189
– On-time performance: 75.94%
– Air carrier delay: 8.6%
– Weather delay: 0.8%
– National Aviation System delay: 4.3%
– Security delay: 0.0%
– Aircraft arriving late delay: 6.2%
– Cancelled flights: 3.8%
– Diverted flights: 0.3%

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#82. Sioux Falls, South Dakota: Joe Foss Field

– Annual flights (August 2021-July 2022): 7,694
– On-time performance: 75.90%
– Air carrier delay: 10.8%
– Weather delay: 1.0%
– National Aviation System delay: 4.1%
– Security delay: 0.1%
– Aircraft arriving late delay: 5.7%
– Cancelled flights: 1.9%
– Diverted flights: 0.5%

Aerial view of Yampa Valley airport.
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#81. Hayden, Colorado: Yampa Valley

– Annual flights (August 2021-July 2022): 2,638
– On-time performance: 75.85%
– Air carrier delay: 11.7%
– Weather delay: 1.0%
– National Aviation System delay: 2.9%
– Security delay: 0.1%
– Aircraft arriving late delay: 5.3%
– Cancelled flights: 2.2%
– Diverted flights: 0.9%

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Digital orthophoto of Sawyer International Airport in Michigan.
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#80. Marquette, Michigan: Sawyer International

– Annual flights (August 2021-July 2022): 1,408
– On-time performance: 75.85%
– Air carrier delay: 11.2%
– Weather delay: 4.9%
– National Aviation System delay: 2.0%
– Security delay: 0.0%
– Aircraft arriving late delay: 1.6%
– Cancelled flights: 3.9%
– Diverted flights: 0.6%

A large atrium with red arches in Pittsburgh airport.
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#79. Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania: Pittsburgh International

– Annual flights (August 2021-July 2022): 40,255
– On-time performance: 75.77%
– Air carrier delay: 8.7%
– Weather delay: 0.8%
– National Aviation System delay: 3.9%
– Security delay: 0.1%
– Aircraft arriving late delay: 7.7%
– Cancelled flights: 2.9%
– Diverted flights: 0.1%

An airplane hooked to a terminal at Albuquerque airport.
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#78. Albuquerque, New Mexico: Albuquerque International Sunport

– Annual flights (August 2021-July 2022): 19,775
– On-time performance: 75.73%
– Air carrier delay: 10.8%
– Weather delay: 0.9%
– National Aviation System delay: 2.1%
– Security delay: 0.0%
– Aircraft arriving late delay: 8.6%
– Cancelled flights: 1.6%
– Diverted flights: 0.1%

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#77. Washington DC: Ronald Reagan Washington National

– Annual flights (August 2021-July 2022): 129,120
– On-time performance: 75.70%
– Air carrier delay: 6.1%
– Weather delay: 0.6%
– National Aviation System delay: 6.1%
– Security delay: 0.1%
– Aircraft arriving late delay: 7.4%
– Cancelled flights: 3.7%
– Diverted flights: 0.3%

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#76. Knoxville, Tennessee: McGhee Tyson

– Annual flights (August 2021-July 2022): 13,006
– On-time performance: 75.70%
– Air carrier delay: 7.8%
– Weather delay: 1.0%
– National Aviation System delay: 5.0%
– Security delay: 0.0%
– Aircraft arriving late delay: 8.2%
– Cancelled flights: 2.2%
– Diverted flights: 0.2%

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#75. Cincinnati, Ohio: Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International

– Annual flights (August 2021-July 2022): 36,681
– On-time performance: 75.70%
– Air carrier delay: 7.6%
– Weather delay: 0.7%
– National Aviation System delay: 5.2%
– Security delay: 0.0%
– Aircraft arriving late delay: 8.1%
– Cancelled flights: 2.6%
– Diverted flights: 0.1%

The interior of the Tulsa International airport near rental kiosks with a long skylight in the ceiling.
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#74. Tulsa, Oklahoma: Tulsa International

– Annual flights (August 2021-July 2022): 14,618
– On-time performance: 75.69%
– Air carrier delay: 10.6%
– Weather delay: 0.7%
– National Aviation System delay: 2.0%
– Security delay: 0.1%
– Aircraft arriving late delay: 8.3%
– Cancelled flights: 2.5%
– Diverted flights: 0.2%

Digital orthophoto of Hector International.
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#73. Fargo, North Dakota: Hector International

– Annual flights (August 2021-July 2022): 6,133
– On-time performance: 75.67%
– Air carrier delay: 12.4%
– Weather delay: 1.7%
– National Aviation System delay: 2.5%
– Security delay: 0.1%
– Aircraft arriving late delay: 4.4%
– Cancelled flights: 3.1%
– Diverted flights: 0.2%

A rainy day on the tarmac with an airport worker near a Southwest jet.
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#72. Baltimore, Maryland: Baltimore/Washington International Thurgood Marshall

– Annual flights (August 2021-July 2022): 83,238
– On-time performance: 75.63%
– Air carrier delay: 7.3%
– Weather delay: 0.4%
– National Aviation System delay: 4.4%
– Security delay: 0.1%
– Aircraft arriving late delay: 8.7%
– Cancelled flights: 3.3%
– Diverted flights: 0.1%

A plane landing on the runway.
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#71. Louisville, Kentucky: Louisville Muhammad Ali International

– Annual flights (August 2021-July 2022): 22,072
– On-time performance: 75.61%
– Air carrier delay: 9.6%
– Weather delay: 1.0%
– National Aviation System delay: 4.1%
– Security delay: 0.1%
– Aircraft arriving late delay: 6.7%
– Cancelled flights: 2.9%
– Diverted flights: 0.1%

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#70. Austin, Texas: Austin – Bergstrom International

– Annual flights (August 2021-July 2022): 84,543
– On-time performance: 75.49%
– Air carrier delay: 8.3%
– Weather delay: 0.5%
– National Aviation System delay: 5.2%
– Security delay: 0.1%
– Aircraft arriving late delay: 7.9%
– Cancelled flights: 2.5%
– Diverted flights: 0.2%

A blue entrance sign to Fort Wayne International Airport.
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#69. Fort Wayne, Indiana: Fort Wayne International

– Annual flights (August 2021-July 2022): 5,448
– On-time performance: 75.44%
– Air carrier delay: 11.2%
– Weather delay: 1.8%
– National Aviation System delay: 2.5%
– Security delay: 0.0%
– Aircraft arriving late delay: 6.1%
– Cancelled flights: 2.6%
– Diverted flights: 0.4%

People sit on park benches in front of a military jet at Fort Walton Beach airport.
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#68. Valparaiso, Florida: Eglin AFB Destin Fort Walton Beach

– Annual flights (August 2021-July 2022): 9,916
– On-time performance: 75.38%
– Air carrier delay: 7.1%
– Weather delay: 0.9%
– National Aviation System delay: 5.2%
– Security delay: 0.1%
– Aircraft arriving late delay: 8.3%
– Cancelled flights: 2.8%
– Diverted flights: 0.3%

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#67. Savannah, Georgia: Savannah/Hilton Head International

– Annual flights (August 2021-July 2022): 18,690
– On-time performance: 75.38%
– Air carrier delay: 8.3%
– Weather delay: 0.7%
– National Aviation System delay: 6.0%
– Security delay: 0.0%
– Aircraft arriving late delay: 6.6%
– Cancelled flights: 2.9%
– Diverted flights: 0.2%

A man riding the escalator up in front of a mural at Columbus airport.
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#66. Columbus, Ohio: John Glenn Columbus International

– Annual flights (August 2021-July 2022): 37,733
– On-time performance: 75.31%
– Air carrier delay: 8.8%
– Weather delay: 0.9%
– National Aviation System delay: 4.4%
– Security delay: 0.1%
– Aircraft arriving late delay: 7.4%
– Cancelled flights: 2.9%
– Diverted flights: 0.2%

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#65. Kansas City, Missouri: Kansas City International

– Annual flights (August 2021-July 2022): 43,676
– On-time performance: 75.28%
– Air carrier delay: 9.7%
– Weather delay: 0.7%
– National Aviation System delay: 3.4%
– Security delay: 0.1%
– Aircraft arriving late delay: 8.1%
– Cancelled flights: 2.5%
– Diverted flights: 0.3%

The William P. Hobby airport sign and metal arches in front of a blooming flower bed.
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#64. Houston, Texas: William P Hobby

– Annual flights (August 2021-July 2022): 49,945
– On-time performance: 75.23%
– Air carrier delay: 8.0%
– Weather delay: 0.3%
– National Aviation System delay: 3.7%
– Security delay: 0.1%
– Aircraft arriving late delay: 9.8%
– Cancelled flights: 2.6%
– Diverted flights: 0.2%

Passengers checking into kiosks at Will Rogers World airport.
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#63. Oklahoma City, Oklahoma: Will Rogers World

– Annual flights (August 2021-July 2022): 20,623
– On-time performance: 75.16%
– Air carrier delay: 11.5%
– Weather delay: 0.9%
– National Aviation System delay: 2.4%
– Security delay: 0.0%
– Aircraft arriving late delay: 7.6%
– Cancelled flights: 2.3%
– Diverted flights: 0.2%

Cars under a large awning at Ted Stevens airport.
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#62. Anchorage, Alaska: Ted Stevens Anchorage International

– Annual flights (August 2021-July 2022): 20,537
– On-time performance: 75.16%
– Air carrier delay: 6.9%
– Weather delay: 0.5%
– National Aviation System delay: 7.0%
– Security delay: 1.4%
– Aircraft arriving late delay: 6.2%
– Cancelled flights: 2.7%
– Diverted flights: 0.2%

Rick Husband's Camaro on display at Amarillo airport.
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#61. Amarillo, Texas: Rick Husband Amarillo International

– Annual flights (August 2021-July 2022): 4,805
– On-time performance: 75.13%
– Air carrier delay: 10.3%
– Weather delay: 0.6%
– National Aviation System delay: 1.7%
– Security delay: 0.0%
– Aircraft arriving late delay: 9.2%
– Cancelled flights: 3.0%
– Diverted flights: 0.1%

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#60. Peoria, Illinois: General Downing – Peoria International

– Annual flights (August 2021-July 2022): 3,226
– On-time performance: 75.11%
– Air carrier delay: 8.1%
– Weather delay: 1.2%
– National Aviation System delay: 5.3%
– Security delay: 0.0%
– Aircraft arriving late delay: 7.0%
– Cancelled flights: 3.2%
– Diverted flights: 0.2%

Bangor International airport in the snow.
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#59. Bangor, Maine: Bangor International

– Annual flights (August 2021-July 2022): 4,824
– On-time performance: 74.98%
– Air carrier delay: 7.2%
– Weather delay: 0.8%
– National Aviation System delay: 5.1%
– Security delay: 0.0%
– Aircraft arriving late delay: 7.1%
– Cancelled flights: 4.6%
– Diverted flights: 0.2%

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#58. Milwaukee, Wisconsin: General Mitchell International

– Annual flights (August 2021-July 2022): 25,616
– On-time performance: 74.96%
– Air carrier delay: 10.6%
– Weather delay: 0.9%
– National Aviation System delay: 3.0%
– Security delay: 0.0%
– Aircraft arriving late delay: 7.9%
– Cancelled flights: 2.5%
– Diverted flights: 0.2%

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#57. New York, New York: LaGuardia

– Annual flights (August 2021-July 2022): 150,229
– On-time performance: 74.95%
– Air carrier delay: 5.9%
– Weather delay: 0.8%
– National Aviation System delay: 7.8%
– Security delay: 0.1%
– Aircraft arriving late delay: 5.3%
– Cancelled flights: 4.7%
– Diverted flights: 0.5%

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#56. Syracuse, New York: Syracuse Hancock International

– Annual flights (August 2021-July 2022): 12,273
– On-time performance: 74.79%
– Air carrier delay: 9.8%
– Weather delay: 0.8%
– National Aviation System delay: 4.4%
– Security delay: 0.0%
– Aircraft arriving late delay: 6.9%
– Cancelled flights: 3.3%
– Diverted flights: 0.1%

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#55. Indianapolis, Indiana: Indianapolis International

– Annual flights (August 2021-July 2022): 41,564
– On-time performance: 74.74%
– Air carrier delay: 8.8%
– Weather delay: 0.7%
– National Aviation System delay: 4.6%
– Security delay: 0.1%
– Aircraft arriving late delay: 8.0%
– Cancelled flights: 3.0%
– Diverted flights: 0.1%

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#54. Chicago, Illinois: Chicago Midway International

– Annual flights (August 2021-July 2022): 70,543
– On-time performance: 74.71%
– Air carrier delay: 8.1%
– Weather delay: 0.3%
– National Aviation System delay: 4.1%
– Security delay: 0.1%
– Aircraft arriving late delay: 9.7%
– Cancelled flights: 2.6%
– Diverted flights: 0.3%

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#53. Las Vegas, Nevada: McCarran International

– Annual flights (August 2021-July 2022): 165,127
– On-time performance: 74.67%
– Air carrier delay: 7.6%
– Weather delay: 0.5%
– National Aviation System delay: 6.4%
– Security delay: 0.1%
– Aircraft arriving late delay: 8.7%
– Cancelled flights: 2.0%
– Diverted flights: 0.1%

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#52. Colorado Springs, Colorado: City of Colorado Springs Municipal

– Annual flights (August 2021-July 2022): 12,242
– On-time performance: 74.46%
– Air carrier delay: 11.8%
– Weather delay: 0.7%
– National Aviation System delay: 1.7%
– Security delay: 0.0%
– Aircraft arriving late delay: 8.9%
– Cancelled flights: 2.2%
– Diverted flights: 0.2%

An aerial view of Cleveland-Hopkins International airport.
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#51. Cleveland, Ohio: Cleveland-Hopkins International

– Annual flights (August 2021-July 2022): 39,885
– On-time performance: 74.45%
– Air carrier delay: 9.0%
– Weather delay: 0.8%
– National Aviation System delay: 5.3%
– Security delay: 0.1%
– Aircraft arriving late delay: 7.2%
– Cancelled flights: 3.1%
– Diverted flights: 0.1%

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An aerial view of Greater Rochester International airport.
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#50. Rochester, New York: Greater Rochester International

– Annual flights (August 2021-July 2022): 11,769
– On-time performance: 74.39%
– Air carrier delay: 10.2%
– Weather delay: 0.8%
– National Aviation System delay: 3.6%
– Security delay: 0.1%
– Aircraft arriving late delay: 7.2%
– Cancelled flights: 3.5%
– Diverted flights: 0.1%

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#49. El Paso, Texas: El Paso International

– Annual flights (August 2021-July 2022): 16,517
– On-time performance: 74.37%
– Air carrier delay: 10.7%
– Weather delay: 0.5%
– National Aviation System delay: 2.1%
– Security delay: 0.0%
– Aircraft arriving late delay: 9.9%
– Cancelled flights: 2.2%
– Diverted flights: 0.1%

An airplane pulls up to a jetbridge at Asheville Regional.
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#48. Asheville, North Carolina: Asheville Regional

– Annual flights (August 2021-July 2022): 8,339
– On-time performance: 74.28%
– Air carrier delay: 7.0%
– Weather delay: 0.9%
– National Aviation System delay: 5.6%
– Security delay: 0.0%
– Aircraft arriving late delay: 9.0%
– Cancelled flights: 3.0%
– Diverted flights: 0.2%

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#47. New York, New York: John F. Kennedy International

– Annual flights (August 2021-July 2022): 122,765
– On-time performance: 73.82%
– Air carrier delay: 7.8%
– Weather delay: 0.5%
– National Aviation System delay: 6.9%
– Security delay: 0.1%
– Aircraft arriving late delay: 7.0%
– Cancelled flights: 3.6%
– Diverted flights: 0.3%

The Memphis International Airport sign on the side of a rounded building.
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#46. Memphis, Tennessee: Memphis International

– Annual flights (August 2021-July 2022): 21,038
– On-time performance: 73.81%
– Air carrier delay: 11.0%
– Weather delay: 1.1%
– National Aviation System delay: 3.7%
– Security delay: 0.1%
– Aircraft arriving late delay: 7.3%
– Cancelled flights: 2.9%
– Diverted flights: 0.1%

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A bright atrium in the Charleston airport full of passengers in rocking chairs listening to a pianist.
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#45. Charleston, South Carolina: Charleston AFB/International

– Annual flights (August 2021-July 2022): 25,615
– On-time performance: 73.77%
– Air carrier delay: 9.5%
– Weather delay: 0.6%
– National Aviation System delay: 6.0%
– Security delay: 0.1%
– Aircraft arriving late delay: 7.0%
– Cancelled flights: 2.9%
– Diverted flights: 0.2%

The entrance to the Eagle County Regional airport building.
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#44. Eagle, Colorado: Eagle County Regional

– Annual flights (August 2021-July 2022): 2,877
– On-time performance: 73.72%
– Air carrier delay: 10.4%
– Weather delay: 1.0%
– National Aviation System delay: 4.8%
– Security delay: 0.0%
– Aircraft arriving late delay: 4.2%
– Cancelled flights: 4.9%
– Diverted flights: 1.0%

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#43. Miami, Florida: Miami International

– Annual flights (August 2021-July 2022): 108,993
– On-time performance: 73.71%
– Air carrier delay: 7.9%
– Weather delay: 0.7%
– National Aviation System delay: 7.8%
– Security delay: 0.1%
– Aircraft arriving late delay: 6.7%
– Cancelled flights: 2.8%
– Diverted flights: 0.3%

Key West airport entrance sign with palm trees lining the road.
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#42. Key West, Florida: Key West International

– Annual flights (August 2021-July 2022): 8,906
– On-time performance: 73.64%
– Air carrier delay: 6.4%
– Weather delay: 0.8%
– National Aviation System delay: 11.5%
– Security delay: 0.0%
– Aircraft arriving late delay: 3.8%
– Cancelled flights: 3.2%
– Diverted flights: 0.7%

Long security lines at Jacksonville airport.
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#41. Jacksonville, Florida: Jacksonville International

– Annual flights (August 2021-July 2022): 28,768
– On-time performance: 73.60%
– Air carrier delay: 10.6%
– Weather delay: 0.7%
– National Aviation System delay: 5.3%
– Security delay: 0.1%
– Aircraft arriving late delay: 7.0%
– Cancelled flights: 2.5%
– Diverted flights: 0.3%

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An airplane connected to a jet bridge at Norfolk airport.
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#40. Norfolk, Virginia: Norfolk International

– Annual flights (August 2021-July 2022): 21,329
– On-time performance: 73.59%
– Air carrier delay: 9.3%
– Weather delay: 1.0%
– National Aviation System delay: 5.0%
– Security delay: 0.0%
– Aircraft arriving late delay: 7.6%
– Cancelled flights: 3.3%
– Diverted flights: 0.3%

The blue building and entrance to Birmingham airport.
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#39. Birmingham, Alabama: Birmingham-Shuttlesworth International

– Annual flights (August 2021-July 2022): 14,397
– On-time performance: 73.59%
– Air carrier delay: 10.5%
– Weather delay: 1.0%
– National Aviation System delay: 4.7%
– Security delay: 0.0%
– Aircraft arriving late delay: 7.8%
– Cancelled flights: 2.0%
– Diverted flights: 0.3%

People seated at a gate and waiting in line for flights.
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#38. Portland, Maine: Portland International Jetport

– Annual flights (August 2021-July 2022): 10,523
– On-time performance: 73.31%
– Air carrier delay: 8.8%
– Weather delay: 0.6%
– National Aviation System delay: 5.1%
– Security delay: 0.0%
– Aircraft arriving late delay: 7.1%
– Cancelled flights: 4.6%
– Diverted flights: 0.6%

Aerial view of the Westchester County airport surrounded by trees and lakes.
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#37. White Plains, New York: Westchester County

– Annual flights (August 2021-July 2022): 10,207
– On-time performance: 73.28%
– Air carrier delay: 9.2%
– Weather delay: 1.0%
– National Aviation System delay: 4.5%
– Security delay: 0.1%
– Aircraft arriving late delay: 7.2%
– Cancelled flights: 3.7%
– Diverted flights: 1.0%

The subway tracks leading to a concrete building at Tampa airport.
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#36. Tampa, Florida: Tampa International

– Annual flights (August 2021-July 2022): 73,897
– On-time performance: 73.12%
– Air carrier delay: 9.2%
– Weather delay: 0.5%
– National Aviation System delay: 6.1%
– Security delay: 0.1%
– Aircraft arriving late delay: 7.9%
– Cancelled flights: 2.7%
– Diverted flights: 0.3%

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Outside the Gerald R. Ford airport with a curved glass awning over the building.
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#35. Grand Rapids, Michigan: Gerald R. Ford International

– Annual flights (August 2021-July 2022): 16,051
– On-time performance: 73.01%
– Air carrier delay: 10.6%
– Weather delay: 1.3%
– National Aviation System delay: 4.0%
– Security delay: 0.1%
– Aircraft arriving late delay: 7.9%
– Cancelled flights: 3.0%
– Diverted flights: 0.1%

An aerial view of North Central West Virginia.
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#34. Clarksburg/Fairmont, West Virginia: North Central West Virginia

– Annual flights (August 2021-July 2022): 1,025
– On-time performance: 72.88%
– Air carrier delay: 13.3%
– Weather delay: 1.7%
– National Aviation System delay: 1.7%
– Security delay: 0.0%
– Aircraft arriving late delay: 5.6%
– Cancelled flights: 4.3%
– Diverted flights: 0.6%

The sign in front of the Antlantic City International airport.
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#33. Atlantic City, New Jersey: Atlantic City International

– Annual flights (August 2021-July 2022): 3,306
– On-time performance: 72.87%
– Air carrier delay: 7.3%
– Weather delay: 0.9%
– National Aviation System delay: 7.7%
– Security delay: 0.7%
– Aircraft arriving late delay: 6.1%
– Cancelled flights: 4.4%
– Diverted flights: 0.1%

A busy security checkpoint.
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#32. New Orleans, Louisiana: Louis Armstrong New Orleans International

– Annual flights (August 2021-July 2022): 45,004
– On-time performance: 72.70%
– Air carrier delay: 8.9%
– Weather delay: 0.6%
– National Aviation System delay: 4.2%
– Security delay: 0.1%
– Aircraft arriving late delay: 7.9%
– Cancelled flights: 5.2%
– Diverted flights: 0.3%

The small brick building entrance to Columbia Regional.
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#31. Columbia, Missouri: Columbia Regional

– Annual flights (August 2021-July 2022): 1,594
– On-time performance: 72.65%
– Air carrier delay: 7.6%
– Weather delay: 1.9%
– National Aviation System delay: 0.6%
– Security delay: 0.1%
– Aircraft arriving late delay: 10.9%
– Cancelled flights: 5.6%
– Diverted flights: 0.6%

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An open atrium with tall floor to ceiling windows and palm trees outside.
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#30. Fort Myers, Florida: Southwest Florida International

– Annual flights (August 2021-July 2022): 40,109
– On-time performance: 72.57%
– Air carrier delay: 9.1%
– Weather delay: 0.5%
– National Aviation System delay: 7.5%
– Security delay: 0.1%
– Aircraft arriving late delay: 7.0%
– Cancelled flights: 3.0%
– Diverted flights: 0.4%

An airport employee working in a snowstorm next to an airplane.
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#29. Albany, New York: Albany International

– Annual flights (August 2021-July 2022): 11,261
– On-time performance: 72.47%
– Air carrier delay: 11.6%
– Weather delay: 0.9%
– National Aviation System delay: 3.8%
– Security delay: 0.1%
– Aircraft arriving late delay: 7.7%
– Cancelled flights: 3.2%
– Diverted flights: 0.2%

Interior of the McAllen airport with butterflies hanging from the ceiling.
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#28. Mission/McAllen/Edinburg, Texas: McAllen Miller International

– Annual flights (August 2021-July 2022): 4,028
– On-time performance: 72.42%
– Air carrier delay: 10.4%
– Weather delay: 1.0%
– National Aviation System delay: 3.2%
– Security delay: 0.1%
– Aircraft arriving late delay: 9.6%
– Cancelled flights: 3.3%
– Diverted flights: 0.0%

The entrance sign to Buffalo Niagara airport with a water fountain.
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#27. Buffalo, New York: Buffalo Niagara International

– Annual flights (August 2021-July 2022): 18,717
– On-time performance: 72.24%
– Air carrier delay: 10.9%
– Weather delay: 0.7%
– National Aviation System delay: 4.5%
– Security delay: 0.1%
– Aircraft arriving late delay: 7.9%
– Cancelled flights: 3.5%
– Diverted flights: 0.1%

People walking past restaurants in Bradley Airport.
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#26. Hartford, Connecticut: Bradley International

– Annual flights (August 2021-July 2022): 23,161
– On-time performance: 72.16%
– Air carrier delay: 10.8%
– Weather delay: 0.8%
– National Aviation System delay: 4.8%
– Security delay: 0.1%
– Aircraft arriving late delay: 7.9%
– Cancelled flights: 3.4%
– Diverted flights: 0.1%

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An aerial view of Sitka, Alaska on the water in the mountains.
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#25. Sitka, Alaska: Sitka Rocky Gutierrez

– Annual flights (August 2021-July 2022): 1,414
– On-time performance: 72.14%
– Air carrier delay: 6.0%
– Weather delay: 0.8%
– National Aviation System delay: 5.8%
– Security delay: 0.0%
– Aircraft arriving late delay: 11.2%
– Cancelled flights: 3.0%
– Diverted flights: 1.1%

The approach from the air to Akro airport and downtown.
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#24. Akron, Ohio: Akron-Canton Regional

– Annual flights (August 2021-July 2022): 2,219
– On-time performance: 71.92%
– Air carrier delay: 9.1%
– Weather delay: 1.5%
– National Aviation System delay: 5.1%
– Security delay: 0.2%
– Aircraft arriving late delay: 9.2%
– Cancelled flights: 2.9%
– Diverted flights: 0.1%

A small airport sign for Provo with flags.
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#23. Provo, Utah: Provo Municipal

– Annual flights (August 2021-July 2022): 1,045
– On-time performance: 71.87%
– Air carrier delay: 9.6%
– Weather delay: 0.6%
– National Aviation System delay: 4.2%
– Security delay: 0.0%
– Aircraft arriving late delay: 9.4%
– Cancelled flights: 4.2%
– Diverted flights: 0.1%

An escalator and American flag in Theodore Francis Green airport.
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#22. Providence, Rhode Island: Theodore Francis Green State

– Annual flights (August 2021-July 2022): 13,861
– On-time performance: 71.83%
– Air carrier delay: 11.0%
– Weather delay: 0.9%
– National Aviation System delay: 3.9%
– Security delay: 0.1%
– Aircraft arriving late delay: 8.4%
– Cancelled flights: 3.8%
– Diverted flights: 0.1%

Departure gates at Manchester-Boston airport.
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#21. Manchester, New Hampshire: Manchester-Boston Regional

– Annual flights (August 2021-July 2022): 6,162
– On-time performance: 71.78%
– Air carrier delay: 10.7%
– Weather delay: 0.6%
– National Aviation System delay: 3.8%
– Security delay: 0.1%
– Aircraft arriving late delay: 9.2%
– Cancelled flights: 3.8%
– Diverted flights: 0.1%

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#20. Fort Lauderdale, Florida: Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International

– Annual flights (August 2021-July 2022): 87,550
– On-time performance: 71.74%
– Air carrier delay: 9.2%
– Weather delay: 0.6%
– National Aviation System delay: 7.7%
– Security delay: 0.2%
– Aircraft arriving late delay: 7.1%
– Cancelled flights: 3.2%
– Diverted flights: 0.4%

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#19. Belleville, Illinois: Scott AFB/MidAmerica

– Annual flights (August 2021-July 2022): 1,259
– On-time performance: 70.93%
– Air carrier delay: 7.6%
– Weather delay: 1.9%
– National Aviation System delay: 6.5%
– Security delay: 0.3%
– Aircraft arriving late delay: 10.0%
– Cancelled flights: 2.7%
– Diverted flights: 0.1%

People rushing to get to flights.
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#18. Orlando, Florida: Orlando International

– Annual flights (August 2021-July 2022): 143,793
– On-time performance: 70.54%
– Air carrier delay: 9.2%
– Weather delay: 0.6%
– National Aviation System delay: 8.2%
– Security delay: 0.1%
– Aircraft arriving late delay: 8.4%
– Cancelled flights: 2.7%
– Diverted flights: 0.3%

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#17. Sarasota/Bradenton, Florida: Sarasota/Bradenton International

– Annual flights (August 2021-July 2022): 16,702
– On-time performance: 70.18%
– Air carrier delay: 9.1%
– Weather delay: 0.7%
– National Aviation System delay: 8.9%
– Security delay: 0.0%
– Aircraft arriving late delay: 7.9%
– Cancelled flights: 2.9%
– Diverted flights: 0.3%

People walk through neon lit signs and restaurants at Dallas Love Field airport.
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#16. Dallas, Texas: Dallas Love Field

– Annual flights (August 2021-July 2022): 64,904
– On-time performance: 70.07%
– Air carrier delay: 8.5%
– Weather delay: 0.3%
– National Aviation System delay: 7.3%
– Security delay: 0.1%
– Aircraft arriving late delay: 10.2%
– Cancelled flights: 3.2%
– Diverted flights: 0.3%

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People wait in a crowded room for flights.
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#15. San Juan, Puerto Rico: Luis Munoz Marin International

– Annual flights (August 2021-July 2022): 30,113
– On-time performance: 69.53%
– Air carrier delay: 14.0%
– Weather delay: 0.9%
– National Aviation System delay: 6.0%
– Security delay: 0.2%
– Aircraft arriving late delay: 7.3%
– Cancelled flights: 1.9%
– Diverted flights: 0.2%

Passengers wait in a ticket line.
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#14. Islip, New York: Long Island MacArthur

– Annual flights (August 2021-July 2022): 5,343
– On-time performance: 69.42%
– Air carrier delay: 11.3%
– Weather delay: 0.5%
– National Aviation System delay: 4.9%
– Security delay: 0.0%
– Aircraft arriving late delay: 10.5%
– Cancelled flights: 3.2%
– Diverted flights: 0.1%

Passengers wait in seats for their plane to begin boarding.
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#13. Worcester, Massachusetts: Worcester Regional

– Annual flights (August 2021-July 2022): 1,342
– On-time performance: 69.30%
– Air carrier delay: 11.8%
– Weather delay: 0.6%
– National Aviation System delay: 2.4%
– Security delay: 0.1%
– Aircraft arriving late delay: 7.3%
– Cancelled flights: 8.3%
– Diverted flights: 0.3%

People at ticketing and going to gates at Bishop airport.
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#12. Flint, Michigan: Bishop International

– Annual flights (August 2021-July 2022): 3,057
– On-time performance: 68.76%
– Air carrier delay: 7.2%
– Weather delay: 1.6%
– National Aviation System delay: 7.1%
– Security delay: 0.1%
– Aircraft arriving late delay: 12.3%
– Cancelled flights: 2.9%
– Diverted flights: 0.1%

General aviation terminal at Concord airport.
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#11. Concord, North Carolina: Concord Padgett Regional

– Annual flights (August 2021-July 2022): 1,023
– On-time performance: 68.52%
– Air carrier delay: 8.1%
– Weather delay: 1.8%
– National Aviation System delay: 5.1%
– Security delay: 0.2%
– Aircraft arriving late delay: 11.5%
– Cancelled flights: 4.2%
– Diverted flights: 0.6%

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An aerial view of the Newark airport.
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#10. Newark, New Jersey: Newark Liberty International

– Annual flights (August 2021-July 2022): 123,026
– On-time performance: 68.47%
– Air carrier delay: 6.6%
– Weather delay: 0.7%
– National Aviation System delay: 12.6%
– Security delay: 0.1%
– Aircraft arriving late delay: 6.2%
– Cancelled flights: 5.0%
– Diverted flights: 0.4%

The beautiful interior of the Palm Beach airport with a stone hallway lined in palm trees.
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#9. West Palm Beach/Palm Beach, Florida: Palm Beach International

– Annual flights (August 2021-July 2022): 24,603
– On-time performance: 66.98%
– Air carrier delay: 11.0%
– Weather delay: 0.7%
– National Aviation System delay: 10.3%
– Security delay: 0.1%
– Aircraft arriving late delay: 7.1%
– Cancelled flights: 3.6%
– Diverted flights: 0.2%

Passengers disembark from an aircraft on the tarmac in Trenton.
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#8. Trenton, New Jersey: Trenton Mercer

– Annual flights (August 2021-July 2022): 2,534
– On-time performance: 66.93%
– Air carrier delay: 10.2%
– Weather delay: 0.6%
– National Aviation System delay: 7.9%
– Security delay: 0.0%
– Aircraft arriving late delay: 10.9%
– Cancelled flights: 3.3%
– Diverted flights: 0.2%

The entrance sign into Rickenbacker airport.
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#7. Columbus, Ohio: Rickenbacker International

– Annual flights (August 2021-July 2022): 1,101
– On-time performance: 63.94%
– Air carrier delay: 9.3%
– Weather delay: 2.6%
– National Aviation System delay: 7.2%
– Security delay: 0.2%
– Aircraft arriving late delay: 12.7%
– Cancelled flights: 4.0%
– Diverted flights: 0.1%

Passengers go through security.
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#6. Sanford, Florida: Orlando Sanford International

– Annual flights (August 2021-July 2022): 9,292
– On-time performance: 61.97%
– Air carrier delay: 8.5%
– Weather delay: 1.5%
– National Aviation System delay: 8.9%
– Security delay: 0.2%
– Aircraft arriving late delay: 15.3%
– Cancelled flights: 3.5%
– Diverted flights: 0.2%

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#5. St. Petersburg, Florida: St Pete Clearwater International

– Annual flights (August 2021-July 2022): 7,886
– On-time performance: 61.49%
– Air carrier delay: 7.4%
– Weather delay: 2.2%
– National Aviation System delay: 10.1%
– Security delay: 0.1%
– Aircraft arriving late delay: 14.9%
– Cancelled flights: 3.5%
– Diverted flights: 0.3%

An aerial view of Phoenix Mesa airport in a desert landscape.
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#4. Phoenix, Arizona: Phoenix-Mesa Gateway

– Annual flights (August 2021-July 2022): 5,946
– On-time performance: 60.34%
– Air carrier delay: 9.8%
– Weather delay: 1.0%
– National Aviation System delay: 8.1%
– Security delay: 0.2%
– Aircraft arriving late delay: 16.8%
– Cancelled flights: 3.6%
– Diverted flights: 0.2%

A dome shaped airport building with colorful crescents on the front.
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#3. Aguadilla, Puerto Rico: Rafael Hernandez

– Annual flights (August 2021-July 2022): 2,289
– On-time performance: 60.25%
– Air carrier delay: 17.6%
– Weather delay: 1.5%
– National Aviation System delay: 9.2%
– Security delay: 0.5%
– Aircraft arriving late delay: 7.9%
– Cancelled flights: 2.9%
– Diverted flights: 0.2%

A stone entrance sign into Aspen airport with mountains in the background.
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#2. Aspen, Colorado: Aspen Pitkin County Sardy Field

– Annual flights (August 2021-July 2022): 6,353
– On-time performance: 58.93%
– Air carrier delay: 19.1%
– Weather delay: 1.8%
– National Aviation System delay: 1.7%
– Security delay: 0.0%
– Aircraft arriving late delay: 7.2%
– Cancelled flights: 8.2%
– Diverted flights: 3.1%

An airport employee directs a plane that just landed at Punta Gorda airport.
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#1. Punta Gorda, Florida: Punta Gorda Airport

– Annual flights (August 2021-July 2022): 6,358
– On-time performance: 50.13%
– Air carrier delay: 10.0%
– Weather delay: 1.6%
– National Aviation System delay: 15.3%
– Security delay: 0.0%
– Aircraft arriving late delay: 18.6%
– Cancelled flights: 3.8%
– Diverted flights: 0.5%

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