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Beautiful beaches, fragrant leis, macadamia nuts and coconut drinks aside, there might be another reason to visit Hawaii: It features the least-stressful airports when it comes to cancellations.
That’s according to InsureMyTrip.com, an online travel insurance broker whose researchers ranked the 75 least stressful U.S. airports for flight cancellations by analyzing data for non-stop domestic flights by major air carriers collected so far in 2019 by the Bureau of Transportation Statistics.
This 2019 Thanksgiving Travel Report puts Honolulu’s Daniel K. Inouye International, Kahului, Hawaii’s Kahului Airport, Salt Lake City International, Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International and Boise Air Terminal in the top five.
The worst? The list is not likely to surprise the seasoned traveler. Both airports in Chicago ranked in the bottom two, with O’Hare International and Midway International ranked 74th and 75th, respectively.
An unhealthy workforce is considered risky business, and employers aiming to tackle the issue by offering incentives to workers — discounts on health care premiums, for example — in exchange for wearing fitness tracking gadgets to boost vitality forgot about this one hole in the scheme: ingenuity.