The worst airports of the summer: Among them a Greek one

Airports with the highest percentage of flights that departed late

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Chaos at airports has been one of the summer's big themes as industry companies find themselves unprepared for a strong return in travel demand. Now that the summer holidays are over for most, the tally shows which airports were the worst.

According to CNN's data, Canadian airports stand out for long delays, while in Europe, the worst airports were in Frankfurt, Lisbon and London. Athens was also in the top ten airports with the most flight delays.

Airports with the highest percentage of flights that departed late:

1. Toronto Pearson International Airport: 51,9%

2. Montreal-Trudeau International Airport: 47,8%

3. Frankfurt International Airport: 44,5%

4. Humberto Delgado Airport (Lisbon): 43%

5. London Gatwick Airport: 42%

6. Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport: 41,6%

7. Munich International Airport: 40,1%

8. Manchester Airport: 39%

9. Athens International Airport: 38,5%

10. Vancouver International Airport: 37,8%

 

Airports with the highest percentage of flight cancellations:

1. Shanghai Pudong International Airport (China): 29,8%

2. Xi'an Xianyang International Airport (China): 15,6%

3. Beijing Capital International Airport (China): 14,7%

4. Nanjing Lukou International Airport (China): 14,4%

5. Chengdu Tianfu International Airport (China): 9,5%

6. Shenzhen Bao'an International Airport (China): 9,1%

7. Soekarno-Hatta International Airport (Indonesia): 8,3%

8. Wuhan Tianhe International Airport (China): 8,2%

9. Newark Liberty International Airport (USA): 6,7%

10. LaGuardia Airport (USA): 6,7%

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