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    JD Power's US airport rankings: Detroit is #1

    I have to agree - Detroit/Wayne County would top my list as well. Denver is also great.
    Kansas City was #1 in mid-size category.

    J.D. Power survey's top airports: Detroit, Kansas City - USATODAY.com



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    Re: JD Power's US airport rankings: Detroit is #1

    For my Travels, KC is good - except the 3 hour drive to get there, Cincinnati used to be a good connection for Delta, Atlanta is usally reliable,

    I avoid MPLS and Chicago at all costs, too many delays through the years



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