Every year, the Airports Council International -- a trade org representing most of the airports in the world -- asks terminal travelers how they really feel about their skymalls. And every year, the ACI manages to keep those reports secret. Except this year: The Times of London has hidden behind its paywall the latest report revealing where the world's top 146 airports rank according to passenger preference. And while we don't know (yet) where Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport comes in on the list, we know how the city-owned Love Field fares: Per FOX News's recap, it comes in at No. 94, well below Mississippi's Jackson Municipal Airport, which, at No. 8, is the only U.S. airport to crack the Top 10. Yeah, but just wait till it's Distinctively Dallas.
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