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Hello! We're taking a trip to the UK this summer. We usually fly out of Newark-Liberty airport, but the flights out of JFK are cheaper, especially for Gatwick in London (which is supposed to be less of a disaster than Heathrow).

I haven't been to JFK in years. What's your opinion of the airport and its services? Do flights tend to get delayed a lot? Is it a logistical nightmare?

In spite of its bad reputation, Newark has almost always worked out well for us. Or maybe it's just that I'm used to that airport...at any rate, if JFK is really that terrible, it won't be worth the cost savings. And since we live in NJ, we would have to travel the extra distance to the airport.

Thanks in advance for any opinions and advice!

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