America’s 10 worst airport websitesCanDoCanGo team member Theodore has visited dozens of US airport websites in his research for this website – and came across some shockers in the process. Here’s his Top(?) Ten.
America’s 10 worst airport websites: No.1 – El Paso International AirportEl Paso International Airport’s “Terminal services” page is a masterpiece of absurdity and wins their website our award as America’s Worst Airport Website hands down!
America’s 10 worst airport websites: No.2 – Spokane International AirportSpokane International Airport’s website tells disabled customers how to behave towards staff, but doesn’t inform them about any accessibility facilities that might be available.
America’s 10 worst airport websites: No.3 – Houston Airport SystemTwo words per airport on a three-airport site – that’s all you get on accessibility on the Houston Airport System website. Enough said, indeed!
America’s 10 worst airport websites: No.4 – San Francisco International AirportSFO’s website appears to be only interested in promoting cool stuff. Accessibility isn’t cool.
America’s 10 worst airport websites: No.5 – Billings Logan International AirportBillings Logan International’s website has a pointless accessibility link, a cut-n-pasted special needs page and some useful info buried in the City of Billings FAQ.
America’s 10 worst airport websites: No.6 – McCarran International AirportMcCarran International Airport’s website is designed for people with perfect eyesight and the dogged determination to visit every single page in the hope of finding something – anything! – about disabled facilities.
America’s 10 worst airport websites: No.7 – Jackson-Evers International AirportJackson-Evers International Airport’s website has plenty of information and attractive photos… of its directors. Accessibility content rates just 88 words in the FAQ.
America’s 10 worst airport websites: No.8 – Cleveland Hopkins International AirportCleveland Hopkins International Airport’s website has a very professional looking design… but where’s the accessibility page? Under the section about, er, parking.
America’s 10 worst airport websites: No.9 – Branson AirportBranson Airport’s official website is chock full of advertising, but has very little information about accessibility – from a brand-new private airport, you’d expect better, wouldn’t you?