| In my life, I have been fourtunate enough to travel extensively. I've flown into and out of various airports throughout Africa, and other parts of the "developing" world, and I can say without a doubt that Stewart International Airport is the worst airport I have ever been to. Before leaving for Norway, my family and I decided to get a meal before the flight. This was our first mistake. When we tried to order subs, we were told they were not only out of the meats and vegetables we wanted, but also the sub rolls. "No big deal", I thought. I just want a sub and don't really care what kind it is. I saw that another employee was slicing turkey and asked for it on my sub. Only to be rudely told that they were out, even though it was literally two feet away. This sheer incompetence displayed by the staff seemed to be the airport's only unifying factor. The line to clear security was roughly 45 minutes, something that is ridiculous considering the number of TSA agents there. In addition, I was shocked by how rude, and downright nasty the TSA were. I have only had positive experiences with TSA in the past, and was very disappointed with how our experience went. Our return flight was somehow worse. There were only two automated check in kiosks, and surprise, when people started using them one broke. The airport's response, do absolutely nothing. This whole process took over an hour, partly because we had to wait for the customs officers to show up. Bear in mind, the airport knew a flight was coming in and should've had plenty of time to prepare and make the process as efficient as possible. In fact, I consider myself lucky. Somehow, on a non-stop flight, the staff managed to loose six bags! In conclusion, it seems that the only criteria to get a job at Stewart airport is to be inept, lazy, and rude. I strongly discourage anyone thinking of flying in or out of the airport.