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I've been at least as quick at a couple of airports - Galway I think was the quickest ever, I doubt it took 5 minutes from plane to taxi although that was only an internal flight, and a late evening one at that; I'd come from Dublin and only had cabin baggage (as I usually try to if I'm travelling on business or for a shortish stay).
Hannover is usually pretty good, too; a compact and efficient airport and the exit to the S-bahn is pretty central. The time getting out of the airport is dominated by waiting time for the S5 train!
Phoenix was a surprisingly quick one, the INS guys there are friendliest I've ever encountered in the US!
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The worst I've experienced is probably LHR - long walks, slow baggage reclaim and occasionally long queues for pbuttport control. MAN is usually very quick but the walk between the terminal where most of BA's european flights operate and the railway station is *bloody* long. (Not too bad if you're being met by a taxi though - I've been home and drinking a cold beer 90 minutes after landing before now which isn't too bad given that I live in York.)
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