Telluride among Scariest U.S. Airports
AirFareWatchDog.com managed to find only one airport that caters primarily to business aviation to place on its list of scariest U.S. airports, Colorado’s Telluride Regional Airport (TEX), which happens to sit atop a plateau. With a 7,111-foot runway, Telluride’s 9,070-foot elevation makes it the highest commercial airport in the U.S.
Others that made the list include Chicago Midway Airport (MDW), Aspen Pitkin-County Airport (ASE) and Yeager Airport (CRW), Charleston W. Va.
AirFare Watch Dog did not provide the criteria it used to determine scary airports.