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Lee from Atlanta asked

U.S. airport that with the best access to other international cities

What are the BEST  airports for access to major U.S. cities, European cities, and Asian cities?  I'm looking for the ones with the most airlines, and best public transportation to the airport NOT A WAR ZONE ie newark, or so expensive i might as well live in london

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Ross from Fort Collins

Everyone's wrong besides Scott lol! It's Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport by far. Huge hub and on average the cheapest flights out of the country. I loved living near Atl I got to travel way more. But Atlanta sucks as a city so there are pay offs lol


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Scott
Ummmm, I think I listed Hartsfield in my top group. ;) Great hub for sure my man...
 

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Ross
Ahhh........ You sure did
 
 
 
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Scott from Fort Collins

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Ross
I have edited my answer lol
 

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Scott
Ha! :) while JFK, LAX and O'Hare have a lot more airline options than ATL, Delta, especially brings such a big international footprint which is why I put them in there. :)
 

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Ross
I still think you can't beat Atl for central/South America flights
 

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Scott
Absolutely agree!
 

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Lee
next time i ask a question i shall be sure to give the correct details: looking for an airport i can live near and the above are either too expensive for a free lance writer or ie newark, a war zone..........thanks anyway
 

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Scott
Ok Lee. Sorry I couldn't help. Take care and hope you find that place.
 

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Ross
Sounds like lees mad at herself lol. Sory Scott lol
 
 
 

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Debbie from San Francisco

I'm going with Los Angeles International Airport and John F. Kennedy International Airport.  Every time I see travel deals to awesome locations, they always seem to be from LAX and JFK!  

Right after that would be San Francisco International Airport and Miami International Airport.


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Brett from Eindhoven

Along with the other answers below, I'd throw Seattle into the mix. They've been upping their services lately, with a lot of special deals as well, especially with Delta and Alaskan airlines.  Plus, it's Seattle, so if you're looking for a place to use as a home base for a while, you can do much worse!


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Michael from Chicago

ORD--Chicago O'Hare International Airport.. best East West and all points in between. CTA's Blue-line from downtown Chicago drops you off at the airport. From there I have flown directly to China, India, Europe, South America. LOVE it there..My Gateway to the World.


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thanks, not sure i can live in chicago...and every flight that connect in chicago (on my returns from europe) has been delayed!
 
 
 

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Justin from Phoenix

I'll go with O'Hare International Airport. It's fairly central, and has a lot of service from different airlines. You can also take the El train to the airport. I haven't fully gotten a handle on its layout just yet, especially regarding terminals with international flights versus domestic. 


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i did not give enough details......chicago is impossible during the winter to connect from europe to other cities..............thanks tho
 
 
 

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