The Wall Street Journal’s annual best and worst airport rankings are out!

Some factors considered for these rankings include percentage of on-time arrivals and percentage of flights cancelled, TSA wait times, cleanliness, wi-fi speed, reader opinion, and even Yelp restaurant ratings.

Which U.S. airport was ranked the best? Phoenix among large airports, and Tampa among midsize. New York Airports: (JFK, Newark, LaGuardia) ranked last among their respective lists.

Continue reading to see the full lists of best and worst airports.

The Best Large U.S. Airports (WSJ)

1 Phoenix (PHX)
2 Denver (DEN)
3 Fort Lauderdale (FLL)
3 Detroit Metro (DTW)
5 Orlando (MCO)
6 Las Vegas (LAS)
7 Atlanta (ATL)
8 Dallas/Fort Worth (DFW)
9 Los Angeles (LAX)
10 Houston Bush (IAH)
11 Charlotte (CLT)
12 Seattle (SEA)
13 Minneapolis (MSP)
14 San Francisco (SFO)
15 Boston (BOS)
16 Chicago O’Hare (ORD)
17 Miami (MIA)
18 Philadelphia (PHL)
19 New York JFK (JFK)
20 Newark (EWR)

The Best Midsize U.S. Airports (WSJ)

1 Tampa (TPA)
2 Portland (PDX)
2 Austin (AUS)
4 Nashville (BNA)
5 Sacramento (SMF)
6 San Diego (SAN)
7 Salt Lake City (SLC)
8 Oakland (OAK)
9 San Jose (SJC)
10 Houston Hobby (HOU)
11 Dallas Love (DAL)
12 Raleigh/Durham (RDU)
13 Washington Reagan (DCA)
14 Baltimore (BWI)
15 Honolulu (HNL)
16 St. Louis (STL)
17 New Orleans (MSY)
18 Washington Dulles (IAD)
19 Chicago Midway (MDW)
20 New York LaGuardia (LGA)