If you’re departing from O’Hare International Airport and desperate for a cup of coffee, you won’t have to walk too far to get your caffeine fix.
According to a new report from Upgraded Points, a website that provides travel rewards and points information for various credit cards, of the 50 busiest airports in the United States, O’Hare Airport is ranked as the airport with the most Starbucks locations.
According to the report, O’Hare has 14 Starbucks locations across the airport. Harry Reid International Airport in Las Vegas ranks second, with 12 Starbucks locations, and Daniel K. Inouye International Airport in Honolulu ranks third.
Here is the list of airports that, according to Upgraded Points, have the most Starbucks locations overall:
- Chicago O’Hare International Airport: 14 Starbucks locations
- Harry Reid International Airport, Las Vegas: 12 Starbucks locations
- Daniel K. Inouye International Airport, Honolulu: 10 Starbucks locations
- Charlotte Douglas International Airport, Charlotte: 8 Starbucks locations
- George Bush Intercontinental Airport, Houston: 8 Starbucks locations
- Kansas City International Airport, Kansas City (MO): 8 Starbucks locations
- Dallas Fort Worth International Airport, Dallas: 7 Starbucks locations
- Los Angeles International Airport, Los Angeles: 7 Starbucks locations
- Newark Liberty International Airport, Newark: 7 Starbucks locations
- St. Louis Lambert International Airport, St. Louis: 7 Starbucks locations
But just because O’Hare has the more Starbucks locations don’t mean it’s the easiest airport to grab a cup of coffee. According to the study, based on the number of annual passengers per Starbucks location and the number of Starbucks locations per mile, the airport that gives you the best chance of grabbing a coffee before or after your flight would be at the international airport. Harry Reid in Las Vegas.
Which airport gives you the worst chance based on these same factors? San Francisco International Airport.
Here is the list of airports which according to Upgraded Points are the worst places to get a Starbucks:
- San Francisco International Airport, San Francisco
- Denver International Airport, denver
- William P. Hobby Airport, Houston
- Pittsburgh International Airport, Pittsburgh
- Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport, Atlanta
- Luis Munoz Marin International Airport, San Juan
- San Antonio International Airport, San Antonio
- Philadelphia International Airport, philadelphia cream
- Salt Lake City International Airport, Salt Lake City
- Detroit Metropolitan Airport, Detroit
It should be noted that four major US airports were excluded from the study because they do not have Starbucks locations: Nashville International Airport, LaGuardia International Airport, Oakland International Airport and, of course, sure, Midway International Airport.
See the full study here.