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Best and worst airport food

Travel website Expedia surveyed 6,000 of its Elite Plus members — those with the highest ranking in its customer loyalty program — and asked them to rate a variety of travel perks, including which airports offer the best (and worst) food in 2014. Boston’s Logan International Airport made neither list, while Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport somehow managed to make both in the “Food & Beverage” category.

BEST

1 Atlanta (ATL)

www.atlanta-airport.com/concessions/

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2 Chicago (ORD)

www.flychicago.com/ohare/en/home/Pages/default.aspx

3 Dallas (DFW, Dallas-fort worth)

www.dfwairport.com/shops/finder.php?type=restaurants

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4 New York (JFK)

www.panynj.gov/airports/jfk-shops-restaurants-services.html

5 San Francisco (SFO)

www.flysfo.com/shop-dine-relax/dining

WORST:

1 Los Angeles (LAX)

www.lawa.org/tenantLAXResult.aspx?airport=4&category=31&sindicator=qs

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2 New York (LGA, LaGuardia)

www.panynj.gov/airports/lga-shops-restaurants-services.html

3 Atlanta (ATL)

4 Las Vegas (LAS)

www.mccarran.com/Relax/Dining.aspx

5 New York (EWR, Newark Liberty)

www.panynj.gov/airports/ewr-shops-restaurants-services.html

Necee Regis can be reached at neceeregis@gmail.com.
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