Canada's worst airports

Travel website flightnetwork.com released the results of their annual "Canada's Worst Airports" survey. Read on to find out which one drove Canadians the craziest (hint: it's a big one), which has improved the most (you'll be surprised), and what characteristics gave travelers the biggest headaches.

Calgary International Airport

Lester B Pearson airport, Toronto, Canada

An aerial view of the Lester B Pearson airport as photographed from an airplane in Toronto, Canada.

Canada's worst airports of 2013

Montreal's Pierre Elliot Trudeau Airport (Photo by Flickr / Hussein Abdallah)

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Vancouver International Airport (Photo: Flickr/Jeff McNeill)

Canada's worst airports of 2013

Edmonton airport (Photo by Flickr / Mack Male)

Canada's worst airports of 2013

Calgary airport (Photo by Marek Slusarczyk)

A security breach at Toronto's Pearson Airport on Saturday caused international flights to be grounded.

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NEW YORK - NOVEMBER 24: Travelers stand in a airport security line November 24, 2010 at LaGuardia airport in the Queens Borough of New York City. Experts expect over 1.6 million people to fly over the Thanksgiving holiday this year, a 3.5% increase from last year. Airport officials are concerned that public protests against new security techniques such as National Opt-Out Day could further delay holiday travel. (Photo by Chris Hondros/Getty Images)

Canada's worst airports of 2013

Baggage claim (Photo by Flickr / Sugree Phatanapherom)

Canada's worst airports 2013

Pearson International Airport (Photo by Flickr / hellomike)

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Kansai International Airport (Photo: Flickr/Hideyuki Kamon)

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