Men vs Women — Who’s in a Bigger Hurry to Get to the Airport?

More men than women prefer arriving early to the airport, according to a survey by GO Airport Express and The GO Group, LLC, an international ground transportation service provider. While 71 percent of all travelers surveyed said they arrive at the airport two hours before scheduled domestic flights, 75 percent of men answered the same, while only 69 percent of women agreed.
Thirty one percent of women and 24 percent of men surveyed arrive one hour before flight times, preferring not to spend extra time at the airport. Less than one percent of both genders said they like arriving as late as possible and noted they favor boarding the plane as soon as they arrive at their gate.
Five of 267 respondents said 90 minutes before a flight is the ideal arrival time.
“We can infer that travelers don’t want to risk missing a flight due to unexpected delays such as traffic to the airport, long check-in and security lines,” said John McCarthy, president of GO Airport Express. “Fortunately, airports continue to offer more choices for business, dining, shopping and entertainment such as play areas for kids and art exhibits to help those waiting to pass the time more productively and enjoyably.”
GO Airport Express, which offers a shuttle service to and from Chicago O’Hare International Airport (ORD) and Chicago Midway International Airport (MDW), is a member of The GO Group. The GO Group is a door-to-door airport shuttle service, which transports 13 million passengers annually to and from more than 60 airports in the U.S., Mexico, Canada and Europe
Source: Flyertalk

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