Have we done a least/most favourite airport thread before? Even if we have, I think it's been awhile. Focus: What are your least/best airports in the world, AND WHY? (I.e. Don't just list five airports. No one wants to read that shit.) Alt Focus: Funny airport stories. Personally, my most favourites are: Heathrow - I know, but I've always had great luck there. Smooth transfers and it's directly attached to the Tube system in London. Singapore Changi - Most beautiful airport ever. Plus the entire city is basically paradise. Expensive, but paradise. Perth, Australia - I used to like this one more. Now it's expanded to a monstrosity of multiple locations and terminals, but in its day it was a great little mid-sized airport that ran well. Least Favourites: In North America - LAX. By a landslide. It's sprawling and filthy and badly laid out. The security lines are a nightmare, and this is the worst part: even if you're just passing through, you have to clear customs and immigrate. You can't just fucking change planes and fly to Toronto like in EVERY OTHER COUNTRY. Nope. Go ahead and get your bag (if it made it), then go ahead and wait in line for customs, then be released into the general public, then re-check your bag and re-submit to security screening. HOW IS THAT HELPFUL? I can't see how that much interaction thwarts terrorism or abuse. Every other country in the world will let you change planes without immigrating. In Canada - Calgary. Something ALWAYS goes wrong when I'm at Calgary International Airport. Worldwide - Oh, by a country mile...Gatwick. God bless I hate Gatwick airport. Like if I had it in a layover I would deliberately change where I was going. Talk about badly run, over crowded and a generally disorganized shithole. Never again.