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Prague's Franz Kafka International Named World's Most Alienating Airport

I Never Want to Land in This Airport!

I love Czech novelist Franz Kafka as much as the next brooding existentialist, but I never want to land at his namesake airport in Prague. Named as the world's most alienating airport, Franz Kafka International takes the confusion of air travel and multiplies it by a million. The average delay? 31 hours. How long might delays last? Some disgruntled customers have reported month-long delays. And who wants to land in an airport whose Gate B2 is next to Gate B11, while Gate B14 is in the F terminal? Not me. I bet there are giant roaches running all over the place too! Sheesh. Get with the program, Prague!

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