Phoenix Sky Harbor Airport has garnered again the distinction from the “Wall Street Journal” as the best among the nation’s large airports.
The newspaper’s study examined the nation's largest airports in areas such as reliability, on-time performance, security wait times, airfare prices and customer satisfaction, according to a release, which added reliability was the key indicator in the survey.
Phoenix Mayor Kate Gallego said over the last year the airport has seen a number of changes, including the opening of the new Eighth Concourse and the second stage of PHX Sky Train, the launch of mobile ID for Apple Wallet, the launch of Waymo and dementia-friendly initiatives.
“All those announcements and the hard work of the Sky Harbor team have been adding up,” Gallego said. “Their dedication and devotion earned us this recognition from the ‘Wall Street Journal,’ and we couldn't do it without our amazing aviation team and everyone who makes the airport run."