The New York Times conducted an informal survey with many airports across Europe making the list.

I think it must be significant when everyone gives the same response for their No. 1 choice for Europe??s worst: London??s Heathrow was cited by 100 percent of respondents, as scientists say.

Most everyone complained of others, as well. Charles de Gaulle outside Paris came in a close second. Leonardo da Vinci at Fiumicino, near Rome, and the Frankfurt airport won honorable, or should I say dishonorable, mentions.

No surprise that Frankfurt is one of the worst airports on the list. The best airports to get stuck in these days are in Asia.

[photo by: Kaddy]

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