Dayton doesn’t serve any airport west of the Rockies. So although LAX is one of the busiest airports in the world, and a hub for many airlines, I haven’t flown through it very often.
I mostly use DCA as a layover to get to New Hampshire, but it does have one of the most scenic landings in the US.
I’ve only visited the Toledo, Ohio airport on a single trip.
A mountainous airport with the first backtaxi that I can remember.
Abilene’s a small, one-hub, several regional jets per day airport, but I still like it.
As one of the few Southwest Airlines focus cities (and former AirTran hubs) that serves Dayton, Baltimore generally serves as my layover to or from Orlando when I’m not able to take the one daily direct Orlando flight.
Washington’s not a bad location for a hub; with my highest airline status on United, it connects the right airline for me. Yet for the most part, I seem to spend a lot of time going out of my way to avoid it.
I don’t end up with too many opportunities to fly through Phoenix. While it’s a large hub for US Airways (now American Airlines), it doesn’t serve Dayton.
To date, McCarran remains the only airport I’ve been to where I can remember seeing slot machines.
Despite its status as a Delta hub, every SLC flight I’ve been on has been on American Airlines.