The Most Reliable Airports this holiday Season (infographic)

Airports and the holidays are synonymous the same way oil and vinegar are. There’s just no getting around it if your family is a hop skip and a few hundred miles away. But not all is lost. Some airports actually thrive during the holidays, others, like JFK, or the ninth circle of Dante’s Inferno, as it’s more commonly known as, not so much. Mint.com released this nifty little infographic to help guide our holiday sleigh of travels this season, use it wisely.

 

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