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LA GUARDIA AIRPORT customer review :  14 October 2014 by D Hananel    (USA)

Rating : 2/10

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La Guardia manages to combine all the disadvantages of a large airport with the amenities of a tiny airport. From entry to embarkation or from disembarkation to exit, it is a thoroughly unpleasant place to be. In our experience last week, check-in (JetBlue at terminal B) was swift and efficient, but that's the only positive part of the experience. Security was slow even though the line itself seemed manageable, and amenities post-security were practically non-existent and the bathrooms not particularly clean. On our return, our exit involved a half hour wait for a cab (though JFK can be worse on this count). I've been to many airports in the developing world, in particular in Africa, but have encountered few that are as unpleasant as La Guardia.



LA GUARDIA AIRPORT customer review :  20 September 2014 by C Haas    (USA)

Rating : 4/10

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Unintentionally retro decor, as in "we haven't updated since the 70's", and that includes repairs. This sets the tone for your entire New York experience of dilapidation on a grand scale. The Security experience, however, was fast and far less hostile than JFK, and there are plenty of places to recharge. Since I am a budgeting hound, there's not much choice of airport when you locate a nice cheap airfare (sites like skyscanner or skypicker for this), but this is the least awful airport for those going in and out of NYC. The area is not good, and its better to get a park and fly so your car will have the hotel security, rather than leave your car at the airport. The wifi is pay-only and if there are any flights cancelled, you will wish you were in hell instead of here. Forget trying to get here on the subway, although you can take the buses. Taxis are plentiful and easy to get. So, to sum up, if nothing goes wrong and all the planets are just right, you won't mind La Guardia too much.



LA GUARDIA AIRPORT customer review :  28 July 2014 by Kevin McDougald    (Canada)

Rating : 6/10

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Using LGA is like a trip back to the Seventies in some respects, right down to the historic American and United Airlines logos still visible on building exteriors. The Air Canada, United and JetBlue gates in Terminal B appear to have changed little since the Nixon presidency, aside from the signage and the absence of smoking. Plastic coverings on the ceilings, presumably due to leaks, also suggest a facility badly in need of repair. Food and time-passing options in Terminal B are limited to three small food outlets, a convenience store and a duty-free shop for Canada-bound passengers, Wi-Fi is pay-to-use only. On the positive side, security screening took only a few minutes at midday, and I was at the gate within 60 minutes of leaving my Midtown hotel room. Recommended conditionally as the best of a bad lot for those staying in Manhattan.



LA GUARDIA AIRPORT customer review :  21 June 2014 by T Eldem    (Canada)

Rating : 0/10

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This airport is simply shocking and a real embarrassment to NYC and America. Describing it as a third-world airport would be an understatement. Facilities and decor are outdated and very limited. I frequently travel in and out on Air Canada and the 4 departure gates assigned to this airline is in an area that offers very limited seating, is stuffy and overcrowded. The experience one must endure to transit through this airport completely negates the convenience it offers due to its proximity to Manhattan. Security queues are ridiculous and being barked at by agents during the process is degrading. It is time NY Port Authority took a long hard look at this seriously sub-standard establishment.



LA GUARDIA AIRPORT customer review :  29 November 2013 by Janey Buckley    (Australia)

Rating : 7/10

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We flew from La Guardia to Denver. We were on an early flight 7am so took a 4 am taxi from our hotel near Penn Station. The airport looks like it hasn't been decorated since the late 1960s, it's like being in a time warp! A lot of the eating establishments were not open as we were there so early, but one did open up so we could grab a coffee. Check in was easy, but we were there very early so I'm not sure what it's like during the day.



LA GUARDIA AIRPORT customer review :  23 October 2013 by J Becker    (USA)

Rating : 8/10

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Only arrived through here, so can't talk much about it, but had a good experience. Employees seemed friendly. Terminal seemed clean and thorough. They also had electrical outlets all over the place, which is very convenient. No complaints. Getting a taxi out front was fairly painless, although the attendant got frustrated when I knew the address of my hotel but wasn't sure if that was in Queens or not.



LA GUARDIA AIRPORT customer review :  2 September 2013 by Brian E Smith    (Japan)

Rating : 3/10

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What an experience flying into this airport. Yes, it's close to Manhattan and there are numerous flights to places all around the nation, but the facilities are just horrendous. I arrived on an American Eagle flight with a bus gate. The gate area was noisy and chaotic, as one would expect. When we got to the terminal, we entered a beat up door and walked up 2 flights of stairs to the terminal. Inside, the place is cramped, dirty, and claustrophobic. Perhaps if I had used a proper gate, my review would be better.



LA GUARDIA AIRPORT customer review :  13 May 2013 by P Jenkins    (Australia)

Rating : 7/10

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I used LaGuardia as my arrival-only airport last month and am so happy with the decision. No, it does not have free wifi and some of the other up-to-the-minute amenities of competing airports of its size, but it is positioned in an ideal location for those staying in Manhattan. With its relatively small size and its frequent bus service, I was in my Manhattan accommodation within 50 minutes of my plane touching down, and that is after catching a bus and the subway. (The bus stop is literally just outside the door of baggage claim.) I did not find baggage claim to be any more chaotic than my last trip to McCarran-Las Vegas, and I did not encounter any real facility uncleanliness either. In light of many of the negative LaGuardia reviews on here, I know I am being rebellious in recommending it as an airport. I am not a perfect passenger nor do I expect any airline or airport to be completely flawless either. I would definitely use it again.



LA GUARDIA AIRPORT customer review :  3 April 2013 by Andrew Sheard    (Canada)

Rating : 2/10

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We used this airport for the first time to take an American eagle flight from New York to Toronto. We didn't have a choice of airport as our company arranged the flights for us. As we arrived at the airport we noticed how old looking and how rusty it looked. Upon entering the entrance for AA it was apparent that this airport is not maintained. Check in with AA was typical. Left our checked luggage at the X-ray station and decided to go through security check point into the AA terminal C. Line was long like most US airports. Now walking into the AA terminal was utterly disgusting. The floors and walls were dirty. The carpets in the seating area should have been ripped out years ago. The men's bathrooms were something to be desired. The duty free and choices of food and drinks are nothing to be desired as well.



LA GUARDIA AIRPORT customer review :  6 March 2013 by Lee Ho Seok    (USA)

Rating : 2/10

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Flown in and out of LGA domestically. Used terminal B (the main terminal) when both arriving in and departing out of LGA. Absolutely limited space with insufficient seating let alone totally miserable number and variety of shops with limited things to buy yet with high prices. Even walking to the baggage claim without bumping into other people is a challenge. No free wifi and only a few power ports can't even be a major concern in this airport as so many other things are just miserable. Total chaos continues landside where signage is insufficient and no one seems welcoming. Public transportation limited and reliable systems like rail links non-existent. Bus services seem to be there but with no information posted anywhere. Departure also a total pain. Passed check-in as web check-in was already done but security check took 15 minutes even at 6am. Then on to the same concourse with appalling state of amenities for passengers. Apparently sleeping is the best thing to do in this airport but good luck finding a spot to do so. Probably one of the worst airports ever been to. Cannot be an airport in one of the wealthiest countries in the world. But then as JFK and EWR are not much better.



LA GUARDIA AIRPORT customer review :  9 April 2012 by Michael Dubson    (USA)

Rating : 5/10

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There are separate security lines for the separate concourses so if your connection is in a different concourse, you must exit one secure area and pass through security for the other concourse. If you are lucky, this adds 15 min to your time to get to the other gate. If you are unlucky, adds an hour or more. Bottom line: if you have a connection in La Guardia - good luck! Even if you do not have a connection, the line is longer than necessary because of travellers making connections. Why would this obvious design flaw persist, when it guarantees continuing expense, crowding, and delays?



La Guardia customer review :  21 August 2011 by R Jain   (USA)

Customer Rating :  1/5

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Total chaos at the ticketing counters, security lines take forever and once pass security, the place is dirty. No food stalls and once a few flights cancel, the place becomes a mad zoo. There is nowhere to sit, people are sleeping on the floor and the carpets are dirty. I would never recommend anyone to travel via LGA.


La Guardia customer review :  7 July 2011 by R O'Connor   (USA)

Customer Rating :  2/5

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This is about the Delta Terminal. This airport needs to get on the ball. If you have a layover here it is horrible. There is no room for everyone and the food is overpriced. There are no plugs and you have to pay for wi-fi. The bathrooms aren't clean and there is not enough seating areas in the airport.


La Guardia customer review :  4 July 2011 by Jezrel Sabaduquia   (USA)

Customer Rating :  4/5

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I'm a New Yorker and I've always preferred JFK since it's accessible via the AirTrain and it's closer to our house. I had to fly last minute and Delta, my carrier of choice didn't have any JFK flights available so LGA was the only choice as EWR would be way too far. I arrived at Terminal D at 5AM and the lines on the check-in area were insane! I had already printed my boarding pass at home and had no check-in luggage so I wasn't worried. There were numerous self check-in kiosks and the queue to security was rather short. The agents were friendly and it took less than 5 mins. The gate area was rather cozy, far better than DL's JFK Terminals. There were decent amount of shops and restaurants. I returned the same day with US at 8PM, the US Terminal was far better. The departure gates looked more cozier and it was cleaner. My only complaint is that it's not accessible by public transportation, although numerous buses go to LGA, it takes forever to get to the subway stations! It would be nice if the AirTrain comes to LGA. Overall, a good experience.


La Guardia customer review :  19 May 2011 by A Jauer   (USA)

Customer Rating :  2/5

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In anD out of LGA May 2011. Coming in no problems, baggage claim was fine, no problems. Only complaint is the place is really dirty. On the way out had the worst check in experience ever. Arrived at 4:30 am for a 6 am flight. Thought it would be plenty of time due to the early hour. Wrong. The place was slammed. There were people everywhere. Every check in had only two agents and the electronic check in was down to help slow the whole thing up. Once that was over security was a nightmare. The agents were rude. It started to inspire the people to start fighting back and the whole scene became more and more unpleasant. This is a small airport which could be much better with smoother planning and cleanliness.


La Guardia customer review :  29 September 2010 by A Bryant   (USA)

Customer Rating :  4/5

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I appreciate Delta's effort to spruce up the restaurant offerings at LaGuardia, but I am not pleased with the changes. Taking Starbucks out was a huge mistake as it was very popular with fliers and did outstanding business. The new coffee option is virtually unknown, and it was nearly empty all three times I passed through there in recent weeks (no more pre-flight frappuccinos!). I never dined at Nathan's or Chili's Too while they were there before, but they seemed to draw decent crowds. In their place are expensive sit-down options ($32 steak frites anyone? Or maybe $26 duck confit?) In addition, there is an endless wall of grab'n'go snacks as well as numerous kiosks - all selling the same grab'n'go snacks. One company--Cibo Express--runs everything. Each dining option is called A Taste of ______ (Prime Grill, World Bean, etc.), and they all require you to form one single line to pay (aside from a couple of the kiosks that have their own checkouts). While the grab'n'go stuff is spread out all throughout the terminal, what you have is 10 locations offering the same products. The fancy dining choices may appeal to the business traveler, but I just can't imagine that an average family of four is going to sit down for a $150 meal before their flight to Orlando. If you want to have one or two high-priced places, at least balance them out with a mid-range option and a couple of places that people have actually heard of. The bookstores remain, and thankfully they are not owned by Cibo Express, at least for now.


La Guardia customer review :  27 August 2010 by Harold Ritzer   (Canada)

Customer Rating :  5/5

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Arrived at 22.30 on a Wednesday night with Air Canada. Airport was simple, and bags were out fast. Taxi service was great. Return on a monday morning. Taxi from Manhattan was fast, no traffic. Check in fast, and terminal was quiet. Security was only 2 lanes, but they moved it quickly, and staff were actually quite pleasant. The airside area was busy because of 2 delayed flights. Bathrooms were clean. Overall, its nothing special, but it's used well.


La Guardia customer review :  27 August 2010 by K Johnson   (USA)

Customer Rating :  3/5

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New Terminal D concessions are pretty bad. They just switched over this past weekend. In place of Nathan's famous hot dogs, there is grab and go. In place of the Fox Sky Box restaurant with all the TVs, is some french cuisine place that is overpriced. In place of Chili's, another very popular and safe choice, is some other very high end restaurant that again is overpriced. Forget dining for fun on the run and grabbing a reasonably priced burger, chicken or salad. Now you have salmon and steak as your choices. That is the most screwed up decision I have ever seen in airport retail. Starbucks before security - gone. Starbucks after security - gone. In place is some other new coffee that will not attract all the same traffic, other than the fact that it is the only coffee joint there. And finally, there are so many bags of chips and grab and go items everywhere, that it literally looks like a supermarket. There are only restrooms in Terminal D before security on the baggage claim level. The airport apparently lets the cabbies come in and use that single restroom and it is literally a cesspool.


LA GUARDIA AIRPORT customer review : 3 June 2010 by H Melby

Customer Rating : 2/5

2 Star Rating

Most chaotic check-in experience ever. I was travelling from New York to Minneapolis and thankfully we arrived early, as getting through that mess took time. Overcrowding led to the passengers having to make their own check-in queues. The staff were unfriendly and uninterested in properly organizing this mess. Getting through security was hopeless as well and I had to walk through the security scanner and then be manually searched by some clearly annoyed security staff because apparently holding your ticket in your hand while walking through was forbidden. To be fair it's a decent airport once you get past the mess that is check-in and security. A fairly nice design on the terminal and quite a few shops to look around in, as well as enough places to sit down, whether to eat or just relax. But seriously, the La Guardia entrance and check-in system needs and overhaul: from my experience it was disastrous.


LA GUARDIA AIRPORT customer review : 16 February 2010 by R Muratovic

Customer Rating : 3/5

3 Star Rating

A nice little regional airport close to home. If you are flying early in the morning you most likely won't experience any delays. If it's after mid day there will always be a delay at LGA. There are not enough seats at the gates, and you may get restless and loud at time. Check in at home, and you won't experience much difficulty.


LA GUARDIA AIRPORT customer review : 28 December 2009 by Vicki Rosenzweig

Customer Rating : 3/5

3 Star Rating

Check-in and security are mostly pretty efficient (I've flown Northwest, Air Canada, and Midwest in the last year, so two terminals and three different gate areas), but as noted, there's not much in the way of concessions, especially once you're through security. Do expect delays, especially later in the day: more flights are scheduled in and out of New York than actually fit, especially if there's any kind of weather or other problem (Air Canad will not let you book a flight online into or out of LGA, JFK, or EWR without showing a warning that there are likely to be delays due to weather and New York air traffic control). Not a big deal if you're doing a nonstop, but worth keeping in mind if you're going to be making a connection. Getting into Manhattan by mass transit works okay, but if you're not a local or have a lot of luggage it's probably worth your while to pay for a cab or airport bus to midtown.


La Guardia Airport review by Alan Wan

5 December 2009   Customer Rating : 4 Star Rating

In and out from Washington. The wait for our begs on arrival was very quick we got off the plane and the bags were waiting on the baggage belt. On our departure we arrived with over 2 hours to spare before our flight we had checked in on-line and there was no queue for the bag drop we were through security in minutes. There was a lack of choice of shops / restaurants through security but it was not a surprise bearing in mind it is a regional airport. occupied.

La Guardia Airport review by A Makins

17 January 2008   Customer Rating : 2 Star Rating

In and out on Air Canada over Christmas. Flight into LGA from Toronto was subject to a 3.5 hour ground hold - with everybody boarded and the plane away from the gate - due to traffic and weather in New York. This seems common (if not to that degree) and the airport is obviously way over the capacity it was designed for. AC gates are at the end of one of the piers in the main terminal - a terrible bunker area with next to no amenities. Upside of this airport is the quick hop into Manhattan which still makes it a better bet than JFK.

La Guardia Airport review by Keith McWilliams

13 January 2008   Customer Rating : 4 Star Rating

Have used LGA airport twice. Older buildings and terminals. Food service choices are limited. No monitors in Continental terminal to check if there were flight delays. Upon arrival, luggage was at baggage area within minutes, fastest of any airport I've used. Used bus service to get to Manhattan, $12 one way to 42nd street Port Autority, also stops at Grand Centeral. Took about 40 minutes. Transportation takes longer getting out of airport than getting in. Will use LGA again, only downside is older buildings, terminals and food service choices.

La Guardia Airport review by A Johnson

9 August 2007   Customer Rating : 3 Star Rating

The airport is close to Manhattan, though the lack of a direct connection to the subway is a glaring omission from what is otherwise a comprehensive transportation system. I have always been able to check in and clear security very quickly, though there are often long queues on the tarmac for takeoff, given the fact that the two runways cross, meaning that departing aircraft need to wait for arriving planes to land. Airside, there isn't much in the way of facilities to keep you busy while waiting for your flight. There are four separate, unconnected terminals (many of which are further divided into piers) all of which have their own security controls. If you happen to connect through LGA (which is uncommon, since it's primarily an arrival/departure airport) you will likely need to clear security, and in some cases (e.g. mainline Delta to Delta Shuttle) have to take a bus to the entire other side of the airport. The airport is highly prone to delays, but in my several trips to LGA, I've been lucky and all my flights have been on schedule.


La Guardia Airport review by Jon Holton

15 December 2006   Customer Rating : n/a

I can honestly say LGA is just about the worst airport I have ever used. Everything from check-in to security and lounge access was chaotic with staff who didn't care about passengers. American also need to sort out their lounge access, it's in concourse D but if your flight goes from C you have to go through security twice as there is no through access. The only thing this airport has going for it is its easy access to Manhattan - if you take a cab.

La Guardia Airport review by Ron Miller

21 November 2006

The terminal American Airlines uses is old, cramped, undersized, and not held to any standard I can see. The security lines are long and slow and small although the staff do seem to try to ease passage through their tiny realm with some good natured humor. Major remodeling and facility upgrading is badly needed here.

La Guardia Airport review by Jeff Pug

10 October 2006

LGA is my home airport. All the concourses are nice & short which makes getting through very easy. Security can get a bit clogged up from time to time though due to very little extra space in concourses. All the problems with LGA (e.g. old buildings, cramped quarters, etc.) are overlooked given the proximity of LGA to Manhattan. Ticketing area is spacious which is nice. Getting to LGA is easy, either via cab or the M60. While the M60 is not the quickest way to LGA, the $2.00 price is by far the cheapest way of getting there. If you are looking for the back-door way of getting there, take the subway to the 74 St/Broadway/Jackson Hts/Roosevelt Ave stop along the 7/E/F/V/R/G lines and then connect to the Q33 bus. This typically is not as crowded as the M60 and may be more convenient depending on where you are coming from. I avoid parking at the airport at any cost -it is so expensive ($30/day). I often park at the private lots for around $15/day and then take their shuttle vans in to the airport.

La Guardia Airport review by Peter de Baay

8 April 2006

La Guardia is the closest to Manhattan. So even a taxi from this airport is pretty cheap. You avoid the traffic jams from JFK and EWR. Public transport M-60 works just fine - it gets you to 125th street and you hop on the subway. It is cheap and no wait for check in, and security is shorter then JFK and EWR.

La Guardia Airport review by Henry Osserman

18 March 2006

Used US Airways from LGA to FLL monthly and what a huge difference from the Delta terminal! US Airways terminal has plenty of room everywhere at check-in, separate section for Premier passengers to check-in. Two separate areas to go through security. Plenty of food choices. US Airways Club is wonderful, plenty of room for everyone! Arrivals is always a long wait for non-shuttle flight luggage service.

La Guardia  by Elle Dyson

6 February 2006

Laguardia is great. It is relatively easy to navigate: short distances from ticketing to the gate even with baggage. My only negative is the lack of open restaurants/cafes on the concourse after 9 p.m. I also agree with Ms. Lloyd that the M60 bus to Manhattan is a perfectly inexpensive way to go. Harlem has undergone a wonderful renaissance, making it a neat scenic trip rich with culture (and shopping in Harlem). Save your money and use LGA when you can.

La Guardia Airport review by Gloria Lloyd

21 December 2005

Unlike what M Bolivar says, the M60 bus to Manhattan is great for someone not wanting to spend money on a cab from Laguardia. It goes through Harlem, yes, but what's wrong with Harlem? It was the first time I'd ever been there, and I didn't see anything wrong with the area the bus travels through. Perfectly safe. M Bolivar is a racist, I guess, because the only thing noticeable about Harlem is that it's black. The bus is safe, I was even entertained by fellow passengers, it was easy to get two huge bags on board, and the driver was very helpful with directions on how to get to New Jersey. My boyfriend and I had a great time! Laguardia is the least expensive airport to fly to, fare-wise, I've learned after much experience. However, the airport is not very nice-looking. But who cares as long as the flights are safe and get me to where I'm going? Newark looks a LOT nicer and is a lot newer.

La Guardia Airport review by M Bolivar

24 October 2005

Old Airport, without services. Fast baggage claim, bad connection to Manhattan, only by bus. It costs only 2,60$ but the bus is simply depressing. Moreover you have to drive through the worst part of Harlem, in a 45 minutes ride that stops around 20 times. Finally the bus leaves you in the 114th st, and you have to walk a few streets to take the metro downtown in a really dirty station. Better connections needed, better services in the terminal required, and just fine pre-boarding area. I know it's an old airport, but it should have been rebuilt, taking into account that a lot of the national and canadian flights stop there.

La Guardia Airport review by Matthew Bohun

21 July 2005

I have travelled to and from La Guardia through the main terminal several times on Air Canada and American Airlines. I have always thought that terminals A-D were rather shabby. Last weekend I travelled from the US Airways shuttle terminal and what a difference! It is clean, bright, and well organized. I arrived at 6.25 a.m. for an 8 a.m. shuttle flight to BOS, however, was immediately changed to the 7.00 a.m. flight, and despite being selected for additional screening, made it to my gate in plenty of time, there was no time however to peruse any of the stores in this terminal. Arriving back was equally easy. I travelled to and from the airport on the M60 bus from the Upper West Side of Manhattan. This bus, whilst cheap at $2 each way (coins or Metrocards only), gets very, very crowded even though it runs every 10 minutes. The bus is a good option if you have the time and carryon luggage, it is a bad option if you have a lot of luggage or are short of time. The bus is public transport, it is designed for commuters (its main customers) and those with a small amount of luggage. Use an airport shuttle if you are travelling with suitcases.

La Guardia Airport review by A Leppelmeier

19 July 2005

I have travelled several times through LaGuardia. It is not as bad as the posters say. On the other hand, connections beyond the airport leave much to be desired. The NY planning authorities have not - despite decades of service by the airport - begun to even plan to have a rail transit connection to either Manhattan, the area rapid transit, or the commuter rail lines. All of this is due to kowtowing to the residents of a nearby neighbourhood. A rail connection would be simple: just add an elevated line above the expressway from an existing elevated transit line about three miles from the airport. Yet, bureaucracy and politicians' fear of that neighbourhood (Steinway section of Astoria, to anyone out there familiar with Queens neighbourhoods) have prevented taking the logical action! In closing, it is possible to go to the toilet after passing through security. People just need to hunt for it.

La Guardia Airport review by Michael Docster

15 February 2005

Avoid at all costs! I recently had the unpleasant experience of transit in LGA. I took the Delta Shuttle, which operates out of the marine terminal, so they could not check my bags through to my destination. The busses from this remote terminal run very infrequently, so 40 or 50 pax were stuck outside waiting in the snow for nearly an hour. One never showed up, so a man from car hire took us to our terminals. I had to recheck my bags, and go back through security which was the most horrendous mess I have ever seen. The queue was backed up for miles! I thought that I would hopefully be able to catch an earlier flight, as my return was not for 3 hours, but by the time I go through, I was at my gate only 20 minutes before departure. To make matters worse, there are no toilets until AFTER security, so I had to wait for all that time with out the use of any facilities. I know people in New York (and the United States in general) feel the need for all of this extra security, but someday they're going to get sick of being treated like criminals. LGA needs some serious work, especially in customer service. Never again will I travel through LGA! They couldn't pay me enough.






 


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