LAX Declared World’s Most Social Airport Melanie Chamberlain December 13 California, Los Angeles, News, United States 2 Comments This post may contain affiliate links. Read our disclosure. LAX ©sfxeric Los Angeles International Airport Named Most Social Airport in the World by Facebook. LAX “likes” this. Hartsfield—Jackson Atlanta International Airport comments, “yeah, but we are still the busiest.” Suvarnabhumi Airport comments, “we’re catching up!” Today, Facebook announced that LAX is the “Most Social Airport in the World.” The title was given based on how many people checked in via Facebook or a third-party location app while at the airport. While LAX’s social success is probably due to a variety of factors, most commentators are contributing LAX’s win to the celebrity psyche of the city, “Checking in is a self-serving sort of activity and L.A. is a hotbed of self-centeredness,” said Nick O’Neill, founder of Holler.com, a location-based mobile planning and search app. “Celebrities and people like that are all about broadcasting about their awesome lives.” Well done LAX. And of course everyone on facebook who felt the need to check-in and update their facebook status sometime between your security pat down and grabbing that really bad cup of coffee before your flight–this award really belongs to you, right? Read more at MSNBC. 2 Responses carlos December 13 MSNBC clearly doesn’t show shit. See http://www.flyertalk.com/forum/travelbuzz/1248453-rudest-airport-award-goes.html Reply JohnnyJet and Alastair McKenzie on “Brocast” – This Week in Travel #103 December 19 […] Jet from JohnnyJet.com This Week’s NewsChoosing Your Airline Seat Based On Your Social NetworkLAX Declared Worldâ€™s Most Social AirportWe Handled This PoorlySome major U.S. hotels moving into IraqHouse Republicans look to â€˜stripâ€™ […] Reply Leave a Reply Cancel Reply Your email address will not be published.CommentName* Email* Website Let\'s Make Sure You\'re Human ... *Time limit is exhausted. Please reload CAPTCHA. 3 − = Notify me of followup comments via e-mail. You can also subscribe without commenting. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.