It’s safe to say that 2022 hasn’t been a good year for Toronto Pearson International Airport. Toronto Pearson International Airport, a busy travel hub, has received yet another embarrassing slap.
Canada’s busiest airport may have bounced back from the dark days of travel restrictions, but Had a hard time handling bouncebacks during the busy spring and summer travel seasonmade humiliating headlines around the world as passengers suffered long lines and often chaotic conditions.
This year’s trip in and out of Pearson may best be described as “stressful.” hawaiianislands.com donated our airport It has the unfortunate title of “North America’s Most Stressful Airport”.
Pearson lands near the top mark (technically the worst score) and falls short of all other airports in North America in a sentiment analysis of over 1,500 Google reviews covering over 500 airports worldwide. I was.
A whopping 76% of airport reviews indicate passenger stress, more than any other air travel hub on the continent: ‘customs’, ‘immigration’, ‘transit’, ’embarrassment’, ‘lost luggage’ ” and other common phrases are quoted. .”
In addition to the continental title, Pearson is the fourth worst airport in stressed reviews worldwide, behind Manchester in the UK, Heraklion International Airport in Greece and London Stansted Airport in the UK.
It’s pretty understandable why Pearson is stressing people out. A staggering 52.5% of flights were delayed From 26 May to 19 July 2022, it has surpassed all other airports in the world in this category.
The disruption was so severe that the airport’s largest airline, Air Canada, responded to “longer-than-usual delays” by cutting back on summer flights and offering no fees, according to a Hawaiianislands report. Forced to offer change.
Fittingly with its new title, Pearson Airport was in chaos once again Thursday morning. dozens of flights delayedAlthough I can’t exactly blame the airport this time around.
(2/2) Passengers are advised to confirm flight times and status with the airline prior to departure to the airport.
— Toronto Pearson (@TorontoPearson) November 24, 2022
Note that this shameful title is based on the harrowing peaks experienced by travelers in spring and summer.
To its credit, Pearson Airport has significantly improved Traveler’s experience months from all the chaos, implementation new time saver passengers Schedule security check-in time for smoother processing.