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Copenhagen Airport Reviews

The main international airport of Denmark was inaugurated in 1925. However, during World War II, the airport was closed for civil operations except for periodic flights to destinations in Sweden, Germany, and Austria. After the war in 1945, Copenhagen Airport was the most modern international airport in Europe, because the airport remained untouched by actual acts of war. Throughout the 1970s, airport traffic continued to grow, but the airport was not expanded further. Expansion of the airport began in 1982, after the necessary period of planning. The intention was not to build Europe’s largest airport, but to build transit passengers’ favourite airport.

Today, we’ll be looking at how Copenhagen Airport (CPH) is today.

Airport  Facilities

Copenhagen Airport Reviews-insideIt’s the largest airport in Scandinavia and one of the most popular airports in the world. As a traveller, you need help to get your way around. First things first, Information desks are located in the arrivals areas and transit halls of Terminals 2 and 3. There is also a visitor centre in terminal 3. Restrooms are found throughout the airport, though shower rooms are not available. As an alternative, the Ni’mat Spa has a saltwater pool, aroma steam bath, massages, and a fish spa where Garra Rufa fish have a go at your gnarly feet.

There are plenty of bars, cafés, and restaurants at Copenhagen Airport, offering everything from seafood to fast food. Places to eat include a restaurant serving Danish fare post-security in terminal 3, and a couple of restaurants in the on-site Hilton Copenhagen Airport Hotel.  There are over 120 different stores at the airport, with designer boutiques, newsagents, and duty-free shops among the many options. There is also a good selection of shops selling the best of Scandinavian fashion and design. A pre-order and pick-up service is available.
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Copenhagen Airport is large, airy, and spacious. Staff and security are tolerant of sleepers. To stay connected, free WiFi is available to members of the CPH Advantage program. Membership is actually free. Banks and ATM machines are found in both terminals. For those who need money exchange services, the bureaux de change is in Terminal 3.

Getting To and From

If you are driving from central Copenhagen, head southbound across Langebro Bridge and continue along Amager Boulevard and Amagerbrogade. From here, follow the signs to the airport complex. The total drive time from central Copenhagen to the airport is approximately 20 minutes.
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By public transportation, direct high-speed trains to Copenhagen Central Station are available.  The Metro M2 line connects the airport to the city centre. Several buses run from Copenhagen Airport to the city centre, as well. Also, Taxis pick up passengers from ranks outside Terminal 3.

Location – Traffic – Service

Scandinavian AirlinesCopenhagen Airport is located 8 km (5 miles) southeast of Copenhagen, and operates as the hub for Air Greenland, Danish Air Transport, Jet Time, Norwegian Air Shuttle, Scandinavian Airlines, Thomas Cook Airlines, Scandinavia, TUIfly Nordic, and SAS Cargo. The public international airport is by far the busiest airport for international travel in Scandinavia. CPH has two terminals – known as Terminals 2 and 3 – and three runways. These handle all flights and share a common airside passenger concourse as well as the arrivals section which houses customs and baggage claim and is physically located in Terminal 3. The airport successfully accommodated 26 million passengers last year.

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Copenhagen Airport Reviews and News

After reading Copenhagen Airport reviews, we found that the airport had received a 4/10-star rating from 148 comments posted online. What bothered us was the most recent posts were all complaints. One customer even said:

” I spent more than an hour in their security check queue during the time when they expect low traffic. They worked at 40% capacity and continued to close checkpoints instead of opening new ones, even though the queues kept growing. Staff were also not willing to assist in that situation.” To see more of these Copenhagen Airport reviews, click here.

Terminal 1 closed in March 2015, leaving all passenger flights being handled by the interlinked Terminals 2 and 3. Check the airport’s website for the most current news on the situation.
Copenhagen Airport Reviews-logoContact Information:

  • Airport Code:          CPH
  • Phone Number:      +45 32 31 32 31
  • Website URL:
  • Address:                  Lufthavnsboulevarden 6, 2770 Kastrup, Denmark


Denmark is also known for its generosity with world aid. Despite being one of the smallest countries, it gives freely to nations in need. As their main international airport is large and generous, and despite the Copenhagen Airport reviews, the airport is still one of the best. In fact, CPH is at the 18th spot on the “World’s Top 100 Airports” this year.


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Vancouver International Airport Reviews

The location of Vancouver International Airport was actually a purchased land on Sea Island in 1929 that served by being leased to the Federal government, and was operated by the Department of National Defence and the Department of Transport during World War II. The main terminal was actually built in 1968, while the north runway was completed in 1996. Now, the airport is owned by Transport Canada.

Did you know that YVR won several notable international best airport awards? That is just a little fact. In this review, we’ll check more about Vancouver International Airport (YVR).


galleryOne of the most recognized galleries is found at Vancouver International Airport. As one reviewer even said, “Vancouver International Airport has great plane-watching, which is a necessity for AvGeeks, of course, but also has fabulous architecture and design, and is a wonderful place to spend some time. ” As a popular airport in Canada, YVR actually has several facilities. Customer service counters can be found on the departures level of both the Domestic and International Terminals. Green Coat Volunteers can also assist with queries.

Tourism British Columbia information centres are located on the arrivals level of the two main terminals; these can help with accommodation booking, sightseeing, and ground transportation tickets. Multi-lingual services are also available at these desks. Restrooms are located throughout the airport, while shower rooms are located at the Plaza Premium Lounges. The Fairmont Vancouver Airport Hotel also offers drop-in access to the Health Club, saunas, and showers.

Vancouver International Airport Reviews-facilitiesA plethora of licensed bars and restaurants, fast-food outlets, snack bars, and coffee shops are located throughout Vancouver International Airport. Most shops are located in the international and domestic departure areas. Duty-free shopping is available in the International Terminal, with one outlet also available in the domestic departure area.

The airport is operational for 24 hours, and the airport’s interior is warm and welcoming, with water features and lots of local native artwork everywhere. YVR allows sleepovers. To keep connected, Vancouver International Airport has free WiFi available for unlimited access, but please expect that some places have weak connections. Additionally, a full-service post office is situated before security on Level 1 of the Domestic Terminal.


By means of driving, from the city centre, follow Highway 99 southwards, and then head across Arthur Laing Bridge to Sea Island, where the airport is located. From nearby Richmond, cross to Sea Island via Gilbert Road or Bridgeport Road, and follow signs to the terminals.

Canada Line rapid transitBy public transport, Canada Line rapid transit rail link offers frequent services between the International and Domestic Terminals and central Vancouver. Buses are also available from Bridgeport Station and nearby Marpole to various destinations in Richmond and Vancouver city. Numerous licensed taxi companies operate from outside the Domestic and International Terminals, 24 hours a day.

Location – Traffic – Service

Vancouver International Airport is situated 13 km (8 miles) south of Vancouver city, in the city of Richmond on Sea Island, and serves as a hub for Air Canada and Pacific Coastal Airlines. The public international airport has 2 terminals, 3 helipads, and 3 runways. It has non-stop flights daily to Asia, Europe, Oceania, the United States, Mexico, and other airports within Canada. As the second-busiest airport in Canada, YVR had accommodated more than 21 million passengers last year.
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Vancouver International Airport Reviews and News

Even though the airport is the one of the busiest in North America, based on Vancouver International Airport reviews, the airport garnered a 5/10 rating from 185 comments posted on Skytrax. Another good thing about YVR is their latest reviews are actually scored with 10/10, wherein the reviewer said:

“Excellent transit as usual at Vancouver airport. I had separate airline bookings so I had to exit the secure area and check in again, and the process was quick and easy. The food is great, but as of June 2016 the international departures section was getting work done on its restaurants, so the selection was below what it usually is.”

Too see more of Vancouver International Airport reviews, click here.

Vancouver International Airport Reviews-logoContact Information:

  • Airport Code:          YVR
  • Phone Number:       +1 604-207-7077
  • Website URL:
  • Address:                 3211 Grant McConachie Way, Richmond, BC V7B 0A4, Canada


Vancouver is Canada’s densest most ethnically diverse city, with more than half a million in population. Just imagining that number alone gives you the impression that Vancouver is not just an ordinary place. The airport had won Best North American Airport in 2007 and 2010 until now. With these facts alone, it is safe to say that YVR is one of the best airports you can fly with.

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Montréal Trudeau Airport Reviews

You might be wondering why whenever you search for YMQ, it goes directly to Montréal–Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport which is YUL. Well, to enlighten you, YMQ is a sort of one-size-fits-all code that encompasses all airports in the Montreal metro area.  In a nutshell, YMQ is the general code for all Montréal, and YUL is the specific airport code for Montréal–Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport. And, besides, you’ll never see “YMQ” on anyone’s luggage tag!

Montréal Trudeau Airport Reviews-Pierre TrudeauMoving forward, Montreal’s original airport, Saint-Hubert Airport, was no longer adequate for the city’s needs. The Minister of Transport purchased a land that was considered the best location for a new airport. The airport was opened then (in 1941) as Dorval Airport with three runways. During its continuous growth, the airport’s name was changed to Montreal–Dorval International Airport in 1960.

In 2004, in honour of former Canadian Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau, the airport was renamed Montréal–Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport by the federal government.

Airport Facilities

Montréal Trudeau Airport Reviews-foodAs the largest airport in Quebec and one of the most busiest airports in Canada, Montréal Trudeau Airport sure is a busy airport everyday. But, that won’t be a problem because several facilities are available throughout the airport. Information desks are located on the arrivals and departures levels. Courtesy telephones are situated throughout the airport, and self-service information points can also be found in various parts of the terminal building.

A good range of bars, restaurants, and cafés is available in the main departure and arrival halls, while there are also options near the gates. These include well-known international coffee and fast-food chains, as well as local bars and eateries. Duty-free outlets and specialist shops can be found on the departures level and in the departure concourses. Among the options are retailers selling gifts and souvenirs, confectionery and electronics shops. Newsagents are located in all areas of the terminal.

Montréal Trudeau Airport Reviews-Aéroport Montrèal-TrudeauThere are a multifaith prayer room, video games for children, baby feeding rooms, and shoeshine booths. The airport patrol staff are trained in first aid, and can be reached by pressing the emergency button on all public phones in the terminal. Restrooms are everywhere but, unfortunately, shower rooms are not available. Sleeping at the airport is allowed, although passengers are restricted to landside only.

The airport is open for 24 hours, and free WiFi is available but only for 60 minutes. Travellers just have to connect to the “YUL Wi-Fi” network. Additionally, internet kiosks are available throughout the terminal.

Getting To and From

Montréal Trudeau Airport Reviews-Société de Transport de MontréalThe airport can be reached from Montreal directly along the Côte-de-Liesse Highway 520. Other means is through public transportation: a free minibus service links the airport with Dorval station. Or, the Société de Transport de Montréal runs a 24-hour express service between YUL and central Montreal. Taxis and limousines are readily available outside the terminal, on the arrivals level, with a set fare of C$40.

Location – Traffic – Service

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Montréal Trudeau Airport  is situated 20 km (12 miles) west of Montreal, and serves as the hub for Air Canada. The public international airport still has three runways which had successfully accommodated 15,517,382 passengers last year. There are plans to construct a light rail service, titled Train de l’Ouest, with a station at the airport, by 2020.

Airport/Terminal Map
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Contact Information:

  • Airport Code:         YUL
  • Phone Number:     +1 514-394-7377
  • Website URL:
  • Address:                Québec, Canada


Though, it seems there’s another story told online in Montréal Trudeau Airport reviews. Based on 109 reviewers, the airport deserves a 3/10 rating. As one reviewer said, “there is just too much chaos.” Another reviewer complained that he lived for years in Montreal and used the airport often. This past week demonstrated how antiquated YUL is. Getting off a US flight from Vegas, for hundreds of metres, neither myself nor other passengers could locate, find, and figure out where to find Air Canada’s transit check in. To see more of these Montréal Trudeau Airport reviews, click here.


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Geneva Airport Reviews

It started from a simple field in Cointrin in 1919, to around 1931 when the wooden sheds were replaced by three concrete ones. At the time, there was a small amount of air traffic, with Lufthansa flying from Berlin to Barcelona via Halle, Leipzig, Geneva, and Marseille. In the long run, there were six airlines that flew to Geneva Airport, flying seven different routes. Though, the construction of the first concrete runway took place in 1937. The next year, eight airlines were already flying to Geneva, which are the following: Swissair, KLM, Lufthansa, Air France, Malert (Hungary), AB Aerotransport (Sweden), Alpar (Switzerland), and Imperial Airways (UK).

Today, we’ll be looking at the changes, reviews, and services of Geneva Airport (GVA).


facilitiesServing  as  an important regional hub serving Geneva and other destinations in the Alps, GVA has several facilities. To start with, information desks are located on the arrivals level and transit area of the main terminal. The French sector of the terminal has additional services. There are various tourist information offices for both Swiss and French regions, located in the arrivals areas of each sector.

Restrooms are located throughout the airport, and showers are available in three locations within the arrivals and departure area.

Geneva Airport Reviews-shopThere is a range of bars, cafés, and restaurants at Geneva International Airport. A good choice of sit-down eateries, fast-food outlets, and cafés can be found in the food court on the departures level, while a restaurant serving Swiss specialities is located in the arrivals area. Shopping options include duty-free outlets selling cigarettes, alcohol, and perfumes. Other shops at Geneva International Airport include confectioners, watch retailers, and gift boutiques.

Unlike other airports, GVA is not open for 24 hours. The operating hours of Geneva Airport are from 4:00 AM-12:00 AM. To stay connected, WiFi access is available. Additionally, pay telephones are dotted throughout the terminals, and a post office facility is available to passengers.


The Swiss sector of the airport is accessible from the N1 motorway. From central Geneva, take Rue de la Servette northbound and turn eastbound onto the N1, which leads to the airport.

transportationFrom France, take the D1005 from Ferney or the D984F from Saint-Genis-Pouilly to the border, and then turn onto the N1 westbound or eastbound respectively.

In order to avoid Swiss territory entirely, drive via Ferney-Voltaire near Collonges on the D984; at Ferney-Voltaire, follow the signs for Geneva and, just before Swiss customs, take the road on the right to the airport’s French sector.

Location – Traffic – Service

Geneva Airport Reviews-EasyJetGeneva Airport is located 4 km (2.5 miles) northwest of Geneva city centre, and serves as the hub for EasyJet Switzerland and Etihad Regional. The international airport of Geneva, second-most-populous city in Switzerland, serves as a public airport mainly to European metropolitan and leisure destinations as well as some long-haul routes to North America, China, and the Middle East, amongst them, Swiss International Air Lines’ only long-haul service (to New York) outside of Zürich. GVA has 2 terminals and 2 runways which had successfully accommodated 15,152,927 passengers in 2014.

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A new eco-friendly terminal project, involving the upgrading and extension of Pier C into a replacement for the terminal’s non-Schengen area, is expected to be completed in 2020, following several lengthy delays.
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Contact Information:

  • Airport Code:         GVA
  • Phone Number:     +41 22 717 71 11
  • Website URL:
  • Address:                Route de l’Aéroport 21, 1215 Le Grand-Saconnex, Switzerland


Though, unfortunately, Geneva Airport had an overall rating of 3/10 on Skytrax. This was based on 122 Geneva Airport reviews complaining particularly about the airport’s signages, directions, and facilities. Other passengers are not happy to experience the bad organisation, and were even given little information about the policies and restrictions. To sum it up, this will cause long queues, which mainly is the reason for their concerns.


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Brisbane Airport Reviews

Brisbane Airport Reviews-Eagle Farm Airport Brisbane’s first airport was actually Eagle Farm Airport which was built in 1925. Brisbane was the headquarters of the Supreme Commander of Allied forces in the South West Pacific Area, General Douglas MacArthur, during the Second World War. But, by the 1970s, it was clear that the facilities at Eagle Farm Airport were inadequate for a city of Brisbane’s size and anticipated growth. This had led to the construction of Brisbane Airport in 1988, to be built immediately north east of Eagle Farm Airport.

Let’s learn more about Brisbane Airport (BNE) in this review.


departureSleeping at the airport is allowed according to Brisbane Airport reviews. Comfy couches are available both landside and airside. Those who have visited both the International and Domestic terminals favor the International terminal for better sleeping options. Free showers and restrooms are available in both terminals.

To know your way at BNE, a visitors’ information center is located on the level 2 of the international terminal, and passenger information desks are on the ground floor of the domestic terminal. Since the airport is open for 24 hours, free WiFi is available for 8 hours or up to 500mb. Additionally, Internet kiosks are available on Levels 2, 3, and 4 of the International Terminal. Rate is AUD 2.00 (20 minutes).

facilitiesThere are plenty of cafés, fast-food outlets, and bars at Brisbane Airport. Options in the International Terminal include a pizza outlet, bakeries, and a pub. In the Domestic Terminal, options include snack bars and cafés. A large selection of fashion and gift shops, as well as duty-free shopping options, is available on levels 3 and 4 of the International Terminal. There is a newsagent and a surf clothing shop in the Domestic Terminal. A free shuttle service connects to the nearby Skygate shopping precinct, which offers further retail options.


Driving your way to the airport, BNE is located on Airport Drive, with direct links off the M1 Gateway Motorway (Exit 108) and East West Arterial Road. From central Brisbane, take the northbound M3, which leads onto the M7. This road leads directly to the airport complex. The journey time from central Brisbane is roughly 15 minutes.
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Hotel shuttles in several areas provide airport transportation service to their guests either for a fee or as a courtesy. Airtrain operates train transportation between the airport, Brisbane City, and the Gold Coast from the Domestic and International Terminals. Taxi service is provided by Black & White Cabs and Yellow Cab. You can pick up a taxi at the northern end of arrivals on level 2.

Location – Traffic – Service

Brisbane Airport is situated 13 km (8 miles) northeast of Brisbane, and is the major hub for Virgin Australia and a secondary hub for Qantas, and is also a hub for Alliance Airlines, Jetstar Airways, and Tigerair Australia. BNE is the primary international airport serving Brisbane and South East Queensland, and has 2 terminals and a private flight facility for Hawker Pacific and Brisbane Jet Base. It has 3 runways.
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Since Brisbane has the third-highest number of domestic connections in Australia following Sydney and Melbourne, Brisbane Airport is the third-busiest Australian airport by aircraft movements; they were able to accommodate almost 22 million passengers last year.

Airport/Terminal Map
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Contact Information:

  • Brisbane Airport Reviews-logoAirport Code:        BNE
  • Phone Number:    +61 7 3406 3000
  • Website URL:
  • Address:               11 The Circuit, Brisbane Airport QLD 4008, Australia


Checking through Brisbane Airport reviews on Skytrax, the airport only got an overall score of 4/10 based from 151 feedback posted online. Being at a below-average score was because the most recent comments of passengers are negative. Complaints arose from disorganized lines, unfriendly staff, and poorly managed facilities. However, given the continuous complaints of customers and passengers, BNE has always been one of the best airports to use when it comes to Australian destinations.


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Cairo International Airport Reviews

Cairo International Airport Reviews-payne airfieldThe airport traces its roots back to the mid-1940s which was during World War II, when the USAAF (United States Army Air Forces) built an airfield in Cairo, Egypt to serve the Allied Forces, rather than take over the existing Almaza Airport. By then, Payne Airfield was a major air transport command air cargo and passenger hub in Egypt. After the war, when American forces left the base, the Civil Aviation Authority took over the facility and began using it for international civil aviation.

This is how Cairo International Airport (CAI) was established. Today, we’ll be looking more about the airport’s services and reviews. Join us as we discover how has the busiest airport in Egypt been doing.

Airport Facilities

insideThe main air transport hub for Egypt’s capital city, Cairo, has a lot of facilities throughout the airport. First of all, please be aware that information desks are located in the arrivals and departures halls and in the transit hall, while tourist police can also provide information and are located within the terminals.

If you want to get your way between terminals, shuttle buses and an automated people mover system link the terminals. Since the airport can accommodate more than 15 million passengers annually, restrooms are located almost everywhere and in every department. However, it’s quite unfortunate that showers are not available.
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There are numerous restaurants at Cairo International Airport, including a range of international fast-food and coffee chains. Bars are located in the departure halls of Terminals 1 and 3 and are open 24 hours a day. Many shops, including duty-free outlets, gift retailers, clothes shops, bookshops, and newsagents, are located in the departure halls of Terminals 1 and 3 and in the transit hall.

CAI is open for 24 hours; sleeping is allowed. According to Cairo International Airport reviews, Terminal 3 has a lot of lightly padded benches to spend a relatively comfortable night. There are public telephones throughout the airport, and paid-for Wi-Fi internet access is also accessible in most areas of the terminals.

Getting To and From

The airport and Heliopolis are well signposted from the city centre. From the city, head across the 6th October Bridge onto Salah Salem/El-Orouba Road. This leads directly to Heliopolis where the airport is located. Cairo International Airport can also be reached via a link road from the Cairo Ring Road. The approximate driving time from the city centre is 25 minutes.
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By means of public transport, public buses run to a number of destinations in the city from outside the terminals. Also, a shuttle bus service connects the airport with Heliopolis and central Cairo. Taxis to central Cairo are available from outside Arrivals.

Location – Traffic – Service
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Cairo International Airport is situated 22 km (13.5 miles) northeast of Cairo in Heliopolis. CAI serves as the hub for Air Cairo, AMC Airlines, EgyptAir, Nesma Airlines, and Nile Air. The public international airport of Egypt has 3 terminals and 3 runways. Statistics show that the airport had accommodated over 14 million passengers in 2012. There’s actually a fourth terminal which is just seasonal and was designed to handle 1.200 passengers per hour.  Its purpose is to ease operational strains on the existing terminals during pilgrim seasons.

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Cairo International Airport Reviews and News

We read through several Cairo International Airport reviews and we are not happy with the feedback status of the airport online. One frequent fryer had even commented that he flew several times with CAI, but he still said  so much quality is missing, considering the fact that this is an international airport. Yet, another reviewer had considered Cairo International Airport as possibly the worst airport he had travelled through. And, majority of the complaints are due to disorganization and lack of maintenance over lines and halls. To see more of these Cairo International Airport reviews, click here.

Terminal 2 is currently closed for a total renovation and is scheduled to reopen towards the end of 2016. The construction of a new Cairo Metro line linking the airport with the city is planned to open in 2019.

Contact Information:

  • logoAirport Code:          CAI
  • Phone Number:      +20 2 22655000
  • Website URL:
  • Address:                 Airport Rd, Heliopolis, Cairo Governorate 11432, Egypt


It seems like Cairo International Airport is going through a lot of projects, constructions, and future plans lately; it might be because of the very low score they got from passengers and travellers online. CAI got 4/10 on Skytrax and is not part of the World’s top 100 airports in 2016. However, we are looking forward to see changes and developments in the future.

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Billund Airport Reviews

airportWhat do we actually know about Denmark? The Danish nationals being outspoken and punctual? The country with the  oldest state flag in the world still in use by an independent nation (1219)? Or, more commonly being visited  and known due to Legoland Billund, Tivoli Gardens, and the Little Mermaid.? Sure, Denmark has a lot to offer when it comes to tourism, but the question is how do they handle the number of passengers coming in and out of their country?

Having said that, transportation means had been essential not only to Denmark, but around the world. With the the Danish country’s top destinations, let us find out one of the airports in Denmark. In this review, let’s talk about Billund Airport (BLL).


As the key international airport of Denmark, passenger volume sure is a big thing in BLL. But, they don’t even fret about this since Billund Airport has several airport facilities throughout the airport. Everyone will eventually start with an information desk and tourist information counter which are located in the terminal building. There are plenty of restrooms located around the airport, but showers are unfortunately not available.

To stay connected, free WiFi is available at BLL. Travellers just have to connect to the “FREEinternetBLL” network. Though, the bandwidth or usage download is a maximum of 1 Mbit/s per client. Public telephones are also available within the terminal.
Billund Airport Reviews-foodThere is a café, sandwich bar, fast food diner, and a bar within the terminal. Any food bought from these outlets can be taken on to the flight. Please be informed there are no 24-hour food concessions.

Duty free is available for non-EU departures. Within the terminal, there is also a Lego shop (selling a special Billund Airport Lego Architecture kit not available for purchase anywhere else), a general kiosk, a fashion outlet, and a shop selling Danish household goods and jewellery.
Billund Airport Reviews-lego shopATM machines are located to the left of the exit in the Arrivals Hall, the same with currency exchange where it is possible to change up to €100 at the Square Café & Kiosk.


For a sense of direction by driving, from the centre of Billund, follow Nordmarksvej north past Legoland before turning right onto Båstlundvej. The airport will be directly at your right hand side. But, if you prefer taking public transportation, numerous bus services stop at the airport, running from destinations all over western Denmark. And, cabs are also readily available immediately outside the airport.

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Location – Traffic – Service

Billund Airport is situated 2km (1.2 miles) northeast of central Billund and serves as a hub for Sun-Air of Scandinavia. The international airport has 2 terminals and a runway that handles an average of more than two million passengers a year, and millions of pounds of cargo. Statistics show that in 2015, Billund Airport had successfully accommodated almost 3 million passengers.

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Billund Airport Reviews and News

Judging through several Billund Airport reviews online, the ones being posted on Skytrax are pretty much outdated back to 2013. We actually tried looking for Billund Airport reviews in 2016 and we stumble upon Yelp. The Danish airport got an overall score of 4/5 from 5 Billund Airport reviews.

One customer even said:
“This airport has been my home airport for a long time. This is the airports that I have flown in/out from most – and I generally enjoy Billund Airport.

The terminal is bright, airy and very enjoyable. The ground staff is, for the most part, very smily – and there are always a homely feeling to the service. You feel like a friend to them rather than a customer, in a good way of course.”

To see more of their stories, click here.
Contact Information:

  • Airport Code:         BLL
  • Phone Number:     + 45 76 50 50 50
  • Contact Email:
  • Website URL:
  • Address:                Passagerterminalen 10, 7190 Billund, Denmark


Billund Airport focuses on growth so that they can maintain and develop their position as Western Denmark’s international airport. If you’re going to ask me how I found out about Billund Airport, it was actually through a friend, and I am really not surprised to find out that BLL is part of the World’s Top 100 Airports, being on the 79th rank.

Have you been to Billund Airport? Feel free to share your experience below.


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Warsaw Chopin Airport Reviews

You got to admit it, the airport’s name is kind of weird. It sounded like a serial killing movie title about war, saw, and chopping. But, we are here to gather facts, not to creep you out of the Polish international airport. WAW or Warsaw Chopin Airport actually originated from the capital and largest city in Poland: Warsaw.

Warsaw Chopin Airport Reviews-Frédéric François ChopinIf you are pianist fan, then you might have an idea by now where the “Chopin” was derived from. Prelude No. 4 from 24 Preludes (Op. 28) in 1939. Correct, it’s Frédéric François Chopin. Why? He’s a Polish composer and virtuoso pianist of the Romantic era who wrote primarily for the solo piano. Before we get carried away, let’s go back to the airport.

Warsaw Chopin Airport was founded in 1924 when air traffic began affecting the urban development around Warsaw’s aerodrome at Mokotów Fields. It is then that they established this new airport which after all these years, had served as a public, military, and international airport. Join me as we unfold and discover more about Warsaw Chopin Airport (WAW).

Airport Facilities

With regards to sleeping over at Warsaw Chopin Airport (WAW) – since the staff are generally tolerant of overnight passengers – some Warsaw Chopin Airport reviews report feeling safe here. Get to know more about the airport through the customs information desks located at the centre of the departures hall. Or, obtain airport and flight information from the designated airport phone service.

shopThere are plenty of restrooms throughout the airport and showers are available in the Preludium Lounge. One reviewer even mentioned “A free shower is available midway down the airside terminal beside the bathrooms.”

Since the airport is open for 24 hours, free WiFi internet access is available throughout WAW, but only for 30 minutes. No worries, because some establishments have their own designated free WiFi service. Public telephones are also available to passengers. And, power outlets are also available to keep your electronic devices charged up.

barThere are several restaurants at Warsaw Chopin Airport serving both Polish and international cuisine. Additionally, snack bars and self-service cafés are located both pre- and post-security. Shops at Warsaw Chopin Airport include newsagents, souvenir retailers, and designer outlets. Duty-free shops can be found in the departures area. In addition, a newsagent and convenience store are situated in the railway station.

Getting To and From

busWarsaw Chopin Airport can be accessed via Zwirki í Wigury Avenue (634), which leads out of central Warsaw to the south. Bus stops are located immediately in front of the arrivals hall. The taxi rank is located in front of the arrivals hall. A number of operators serve the airport, but it is advised to only use licensed taxis.

Location – Traffic – Service
Warsaw Chopin Airport Reviews-LOT Polish Airlines

Warsaw Chopin Airport is situated 10 km (6 miles) southwest of central Warsaw, serving as the primary hub for LOT Polish Airlines, Wizz Air, Small Planet Airlines, Travel Service Polska, Enter Air, and Sprint Air. The compact airport has two terminals: the South Hall has areas A and B; the new North Hall is home to C, D, and E areas. Poland’s largest and busiest airport has two asphalt runways, and had successfully accommodated more than 11 million passengers last year.

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logoContact Information:

  • Airport Code:                WAW
  • Phone Number:            +48 22 650 42 20
  • Website URL:      
  • Address:                        Żwirki i Wigury 1, Warszawa, Poland


We scanned and read through Warsaw Chopin Airport reviews. Some travellers had issues at the security checks, though it seems like it has improved over the last 1-2 years. On Skytrax, they actually got an overall rating of 4/10 from passengers, but the most recent Warsaw Chopin Airport reviews are positive which leaves the airport on a good side.

The CEO of Warsaw Chopin Airport, Michał Kaczmarzyk, has plans on developing “the most important and largest airport in Central Europe,” as he said.

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Aerial view of Soekarno-Hatta International Airport, Jakarta (edited horizon). The view taken in 2 January 2010 from Garuda Indonesia airplane during take-off. The architecture reflect Indonesian vernacular architecture of Javanese Joglo roof with Pendopo as gate lounges (waiting hall) surrounded with tropical gardens.

Jakarta Soekarno–Hatta Airport Reviews

This Indonesian airport, Kemayoran Airfield, was initially used between 1928 and 1985 but was considered unsatisfactory because it was too close to the major Halim Perdanakusuma Indonesian military airport. It was then that Jakarta Soekarno–Hatta Airport was established to replace Kemayoran. Did you know that CGK’s first and second terminal were designed by the same French architect who designed
Charles de Gaulle Airport?

Due to its proximity to the suburb of Cengkareng, the airport is also known as Cengkareng Airport and this is where the airport code was derived from. One of the characteristics of the airport is the incorporation of the local architecture into the design, and the presence of tropical gardens between the waiting lounges. Imagine gardens inside an airport. Cool right? In this review, we’ll be giving you more about Jakarta Soekarno–Hatta Airport (CGK).


Jakarta Soekarno–Hatta Airport Reviews-restaurantIf you are wary of being lost in the busiest airport in Indonesia, don’t. Because, there are manned information desks in all terminals. Generosity is practiced that restrooms are found throughout the airport. Meanwhile, showers are available in the lounges. ATM machines, banks, and currency exchange facilities are found in Terminal 1 and 2. Musholla/prayer rooms can be found throughout all 3 terminals.

The airport operates for 24 hours; according to  Jakarta Soekarno–Hatta Airport reviews, the best place for a sleepover is in Terminal 2, because plenty of seats are available but there can be a lot of overnight travellers. Jakarta Soekarno–Hatta Airport Reviews-shopJust so you know, the air conditioning is cold, so we advise you to bring an extra layer. A few hotels are also located at or close to the airport.

Free WiFi internet access is available throughout the airport. Post offices, telecommunications services, and telephones are provided in Terminals 1 and 2. Free local calling is offered in the waiting lounges.


Jakarta Soekarno–Hatta Airport Reviews-railwayFor driving directions,  the airport is a 30-minute drive (longer during rush hour) from Jakarta city centre, off the Soediyatmo toll road (Bandara exit). Public transportation is also an option, Airport shuttle bus services are available to destinations within Jakarta, Depok, Bandung, Cileungsi, and Pgc Cililitan.  Several car rental agencies can be found at the airport, the same with taxi services.

Location – Traffic – Service

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Jakarta Soekarno–Hatta Airport is situated 20 km (12 miles) northwest of Jakarta, serving as the hub for Batik Air, Cardig Air, Citilink, Garuda Indonesia, Indonesia AirAsia, Lion Air, Sriwijaya Air, and XpressAir. The public international airport has 3 terminals with the 4th to be expected completed by 2022. The 2 runways of CGK operate non-stop destinations to Singapore, Malaysia, Hong Kong, United Arab Emirates, and Japan. They successfully accommodated 59 million passengers in 2013.

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Jakarta Soekarno–Hatta Airport Reviews-logoContact Information:

  • Airport Code:           CGK
  • Phone Number:       +62 21 5505179
  • Website URL: 
  • Address:                   Jakarta, Kec. Tangerang, Banten, Indonesia


We checked on Jakarta Soekarno–Hatta Airport reviews, and we found out that the airport had been garnering an average rating score from travellers. Passengers are majorly commenting over their happy overall experience with CGK. As one of Southeast Asia’s main air transport hubs, the airport was able to maintain a positive relationship with its customers. This might be the reason why the airport is still part of the World’s Top 100 Airports by Skytrax. Ranking at 63rd spot, Indonesia has been considered one of the best countries to provide travel services.

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Sheremetyevo International Airport Reviews

The airport was originally established to serve as a military object called “
Sheremetyevsky,” in which the name was after a settlement with the same name. Though, after it was decided to turn the airport civilian, Sheremetyevo was opened on 11 August 1959 wherein its first international flight took place on the 1st of June 1960 to Berlin, Germany.

Sheremetyevo International Airport is one of three major airports in Moscow and the busiest in Russia since 2015. In this review, we’ll be giving you more about Sheremetyevo International Airport (SVO)

Airport Facilities

Sheremetyevo International Airport Reviews-cafeSVO is a large, spread-out airport. The facilities and amenities are generally very good, but aren’t very comfortable for overnight sleepers. The floor is mostly tiled, so bring something to lie on for warmth.

The airport is generous with restrooms, each terminal will have at least 4-5 toilets. Shower rooms are available at the Baikal VIP Lounge located on the second floor of Terminal D, wherein disposable towels, shower gels, and soap are included to purchase.

Information desks and touch screen terminals are located in the main halls; these provide up-to-date flight information and details about the airport and transport to the city. Since Sheremetyevo International Airport is operational for 24 hours, WiFi is available for unlimited access, but only for travellers who have a Russian mobile phone. Non-Russian travellers will need to connect to the WiFi inside the cafes.

Sheremetyevo International Airport Reviews-shopThere is a wide choice of restaurants, cafés, and bars in each passenger terminal. These encompass a range of international and locally-branded establishments – from a cocktail bar serving a range of dishes in Terminal C to a sushi restaurant in Terminal F. A good selection of shops is available in each of the four main terminals. These include duty-free outlets, gift shops, pharmacies, and newsagents.

One of the best ways to learn more of the facilities and services of Sheremetyevo International Airport is through their official website. Travellers had even considered this the most reliable source of information.

Getting To and From

The main road leading to Moscow Sheremetyevo International Airport is Leningradskoe Highway, which flows into the M10 motorway from Moscow.

The airport is served by several bus lines, all which depart from one of three Moscow Metro stations, which are the following: Rechnoy Vokzal, and Planernaya or Leninskiy Prospekt. Aeroexpress is a high-speed train service that travels between the airport and Belorussky Rail Terminal with a total one-way travel time of 35 minutes.
Sheremetyevo International Airport Reviews-AeroexpressTaxis are readily available outside of 1st floor Arrivals at Terminals C, D, E, and F. Also, many local hotels provide airport shuttle services as a courtesy to their guests. Ask your hotel for shuttle service availability and details.

Location – Traffic – Service

Sheremetyevo International Airport is situated 29 km (18 miles) northwest of Moscow and serves as the hub for Aeroflot, Nordwind Airlines, and Royal Flight. The public-type international airport of Russia has 6 terminals and 2 runways, in which, the several terminals consists of the following: the north terminal (Terminals A, B, and C) which caters low-cost carriers, and the south terminal (Terminals D, E, and F) which are interlinked.
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Public buses, express buses, and free airline shuttles are available for transfer between SVO’s five terminals, which are split between two separate sites. Last year, SVO had accommodated over 31 million passengers and had ranked up from 84th in 2015 to 78th this year on the  World’s Top 100 Airports.

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Sheremetyevo International Airport Reviews and News

Reading through several Sheremetyevo International Airport reviews, the Russian airport had garnered a very low score rating from passengers’ feedback on Skytrax, since the comments posted online are mixed complaints and appreciation over the services of the airport. Most reviews from travellers focus on the south terminals, D, E, F, as those house most public international flights. Each gate has a lot of seats, and some don’t have armrests.

Sheremetyevo International Airport Reviews-newIn June 2016, Moscow region Government had approved the Sheremetyevo Airport development project. The project is the  Northern Terminal Complex that will make Sheremetyevo one of the major passenger and cargo hubs in the world. And, also, the new modern Terminal B with extended infrastructure will be built in place of the old terminal building by 2018. Here, there will be multi-level parking, and subterranean passenger and cargo tunnels connecting Southern and Northern Terminal Complexes. There is also a plan to lay a new railway track with an “Aeroexpress” station in Terminal B.

Sheremetyevo International Airport Reviews-logoContact Information:

  • Airport Code:          SVO
  • Phone Number:      +7 495 578-65-65
  • Website URL:
  • Address:                  Khimki, Moscow Oblast, Russia, 141400


As the mission of Sheremetyevo International Airport says, “Every day and every hour we work to ensure comfort and safety for our passengers, render services to our customers, and establish conditions for the comprehensive development of our workers, so that our flight-supporting efforts help unify individual people to become the human universe.” They might be facing a lot of complaints lately, but they are currently taking action as well to accommodate passengers’ concern through their mission and ongoing development plan.