The 10 worst airports with the most delays –

Schiphol might be in the news, it might be worse. Bloomberg investigated which European airports experienced the biggest chaos and delays in June. Winner: Brussels.

Brussels Airport (BRU)
Brussels, Belgium
72% delayed, 2.5% canceled

Frankfurt International Airport (FRA)
Frankfurt, Germany
68% delayed, 7.8% canceled

Eindhoven Airport (EIN)
Eindhoven, the Netherlands
67% delayed, 1.8% canceled

Luton Airport (LTN)
London, United Kingdom
66% late, 2.7% canceled

Liszt Ferenc International Airport (BUD)
Budapest, Hungary
65% delayed, 2.1% canceled

Lisbon Airport (LIS)
Lisbon, Portugal
65% delayed, 4.8% canceled

Charles de Gaulle Airport (CDG)
Paris France
62% late, 3.1% canceled

Schiphol Airport (AMS)
Amsterdam, Netherlands
61% late, 5.2% canceled

Cote d’Azur Airport (NCE)
Nice, France
60% late, 3.4% canceled

Gatwick Airport (LGW)
London, United Kingdom
59% delayed, 1.4% canceled

Most punctual in June:

Bergamo/Orio al Serio Airport (BGY)
Bergamo, Italy
3% delayed, 1.0% canceled

Gran Canaria Airport (LPA)
Gran Canaria, Spain
8% delay, 0.3% canceled

Otopeni International Airport (OTP)
Bucharest, Romania
10% delayed, 1.7% canceled

Dublin International Airport (DUB)
Dublin, Ireland
15% late, 1.6% canceled

Fontanarossa Airport (CTA)
Catania, Italy
16% delayed, 1.1% canceled

Adolfo Suarez Barajas Airport (MAD)
Madrid Spain
19% delayed, 0.4% canceled

Alicante Airport (ALC)
Alicante Province, Spain
20% delay, 3.4% canceled

Marseille Airport (MRS)
Marseille, France
20% delayed, 2.0% canceled

Orly Field (ORY)
Paris France
21% delayed, 1.2% canceled

Malaga Airport (AGP)
Malaga, Spain
24% delayed, 3.3% canceled

Sources): Bloomberg
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