National air travelers may be retiring their dislike of Miami International Airport.
The county-owned airport soared in the latest rankings by J.D. Power, up from 18th place among major airports last year to No. 5 in the 2016 survey of travelers. In a press release announcing the news, MIA touted new local restaurant options in an airport that was once known for a sub-par dining portfolio.
Portland’s airport took the top spot among major airports, followed by Tampa, Las Vegas and Orlando. The highest-ranking medium-size airport in the survey was Indianapolis.
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