You know an airport is bad when the President of the United States calls it "third world."
"Our airports are like from a third world country," Trump said in late 2016, calling out LAX and New York City's three international airports.
Many Angelenos and New Yorkers apparently agree, according to a recent J.D. Power study of airport satisfaction. These are among the airports that fared worst in a survey of more than 36,000 travelers who made round-trip flights between January and October 2016. Participants were asked about everything from the airport's level of congestion to flight delays to the cleanliness of the restrooms.
Here are the six least satisfying airports from the study: