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Canada’s Worst Airports 2013 Infographic

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  • Kerwin

    Matt,
    Lots of cool data here.
    Wow, no one likes Pearson huh? Can’t quite figure out which airport works the least for me at all.
    Let me take a look at this and look at the data some more.

  • Matt Gibson

    Yep, Pearson was definitely the least popular. I thought you would have had strong feelings about this!

  • Raymond @ Man On The Lam

    I would have to say Montreal is the worst — the wait time for your luggage there is abysmal.

  • Dustin

    People at airports say they “enjoy” new “food concepts” while there?

    Losing hope for humanity…

  • Anita Mac

    Love the infographic…I am torn between Toronto and Montreal myself. I rarely fly through Montreal but do remember the super slow lines. Toronto just drives me nuts because the food choices once through security are pretty poor. We have to get there earlier and earlier and when we do, there is so little to choose from! Don’t understand what the new food concepts are or where they are found…guess I am not travelling across Canada enough these days!

  • peter

    The price of draft Beer at Pearson Airport is a disgrace

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  • Kerwin

    Matt,
    Lots of cool data here.
    Wow, no one likes Pearson huh? Can’t quite figure out which airport works the least for me at all.
    Let me take a look at this and look at the data some more.

  • Matt Gibson

    Yep, Pearson was definitely the least popular. I thought you would have had strong feelings about this!

  • Raymond @ Man On The Lam

    I would have to say Montreal is the worst — the wait time for your luggage there is abysmal.

  • Dustin

    People at airports say they “enjoy” new “food concepts” while there?

    Losing hope for humanity…

  • Anita Mac

    Love the infographic…I am torn between Toronto and Montreal myself. I rarely fly through Montreal but do remember the super slow lines. Toronto just drives me nuts because the food choices once through security are pretty poor. We have to get there earlier and earlier and when we do, there is so little to choose from! Don’t understand what the new food concepts are or where they are found…guess I am not travelling across Canada enough these days!

  • peter

    The price of draft Beer at Pearson Airport is a disgrace

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