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Best Airport for Connecting on the East Coast?

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Reports are legendary of delays and cancellations at JFK and Newark, along with Boston. Even when the weather seems fine (at least by the time you are supposed to take off).

Are Dulles, BWI, Altanta any better?

Or, I know Cleveland, Detroit, Chicago are risky in the winter. How about Spring, Summer, Fall?

With so many fewer non-stop destinations, where are the best places to connect?

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