The World's Best Airports

South Korea's Incheon tops the list for the third year, Porto leads Europe, Dallas-Fort Worth wins first place stateside, and Ben Gurion is best in the Mideast

In the often maddening, even degrading, world of modern air travel, check-in and security screenings can provoke as much ire as flight delays or lost luggage. The disgruntled check-in clerk who refuses your humble request for a window seat, the surly tax agent who insists on inspecting your every purchase before issuing a refund, the lewd security officer who delights in asking women to disrobe down to their underclothes, these characters and others have turned many a passenger sour on the prospect of flying.

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