According to Casago, a vacation rentals and property management company, has assessed the best and worst airports around the world in terms of queueing times, and Malta’s International Airport came in 4th place.
‘To discover which airports are the best and worst for queueing times, Casago analysed passenger reviews from airlinequality.com, where each review gave queueing times a rating between 1 and 5 stars.’
When it came to Europe, Malta ranked in 4th, just after Germany’s Stutgart Airport and just before Portugal’s Porto Airport.
Malta International Airport received an exact 60% rating in the % of 4 to 5 reviews, with the highest 66.67% given to Serbia’s Belgrade Airport.
On the other end, France’s Grenoble Alpes Isere Airport received a mere 1.59% rating, the worst ranking for a European airport. In fact, France had 3 airports in the bottom cohort.
However, that wasn’t all the Maltese were highlighted for. According to the key findings, people from Malta leave the fewest positive reviews (21.21% of 4 or 5 stars). The US is the second most to have its citizens leave the least amount of positive reviews at 24.96%.