If you often travel by airplane, then you must judge which airport is best and which one is worst

Recently The Wall Street Journal ranked the busiest airports in the country based on a variety of factors.

Here’s a look at the best and worst airports in America.

Sacramento (SMF)

This is California’s capital is home to the best airport in the U.S with WSJ 70 score. 

San Diego (SAN) 

The next-best airport in the United States is located in the country's southwest corner with WSJ 67 score. 

San Jose (SJC)

California takes the top three spots, with San Jose's airport with WSJ score 66

San Antonio (SAT)

San Antonio is at 4th place with WSJ score 65 

Portland (PDX)

Another medium‐sized airport on the West Coast turns out the top five with WSJ score 65

The worst airports

Up next are the worst airports in the U.S.

Newark (EWR)

This New Jersey city's airport received the most disgraceful rating in the Wall Street Journal rankings. WSJ 19

New York JFK (JFK)

New York airport receive second place in worst airports with WSJ Score: 24

 Fort Lauderdale (FLL)

Fort Lauderdale (FLL) secured good score than NY and securing 3rd place with WSJ Score: 36

Dallas/Fort Worth (DFW)

Texas has one of the country’s best airports in San Antonio, but sadly also one of the worst with DFW: WSJ 36

Miami (MIA)

The next major airport south of Fort Lauderdale is in Miami. It has WSJ 37