SAN ANTONIO - Many studies indicate overall satisfaction at United States airports is higher than ever.
This is not one of those studies. San Antonio's International Airport was rated the sixth worst airport in the country according to a study from Upgraded Points. The study took the top 60 airports by volume and used different data variables to find the 10 best and 10 worst airports in the country.
In all, the study is broken down by percentage points.
San Antonio's Airport didn't fare well considering these factors, checking in at sixth. Only five airports were considered worse according to this study.
Here are the bottom 10 airports, via Upgraded Points:
Portland's International Airport, meanwhile, checked in at the top spot in the country, due to its recognition as the best for the ease of their check-in and security, dining options, access via light rail line straight from downtown Portland, on-time performance, and free Wi-Fi.
And, without further ado, here the top 10 airports in the study: