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Muscat International Airport Reviews

To replace a smaller airfield, the airport was opened as “Seeb International Airport” in 1973. In the past, the airport had hosted Royal Air Force BAe Nimrods, including the 1991 Gulf War. The airport, in a nutshell, was used as a military air facility. Moving forward, in time, the airport was rebranded as “Muscat International Airport” in 2008 and has been operated by Oman Airports Management Company (as a military/public type of airport).

In this review, we’ll be talking about the largest airport in Oman, more known as Muscat International Airport (MCT).


loungeAs the country’s principal international gateway, Muscat International Airport has several facilities located throughout the airport. To know your way around, an information desk is available near the main terminal entrance and in the arrivals hall near the baggage concourse. Here, travellers visiting Oman can seek information about all that Oman has to offer and can obtain free leaflets, brochures, and maps about the Sultanate.

Restrooms are conveniently and clearly signposted. Another good news: shower facilities are also available but only for passengers with lounge access. If you are seeking for medical attention, first aid and emergency medical attention is provided at the airport’s medical clinic located in the arrivals terminal right before immigration.

Muscat International Airport Reviews-shopsThere is a good choice of cafés, fast food outlets, and restaurants both in Arrivals and Departures, along with an Irish-style pub, while a duty-free is available in International Departures and Arrivals, offering a variety of goods including souvenirs, alcohol, perfumes, and tobacco.

MCT is actually open for 24 hours. To stay connected, free WiFi is available, but a phone number is required for access.


Muscat International Airport serves the capital of Oman.  MCT is directly linked to the city via Route 1, Sultan Qaboos Street, if you are driving. But, if you are going to use means of public transportation, most hotels operate courtesy bus services to and from the airport for their guests. Or, there is an official taxi desk in the terminal which will take you to Muscat city in 25 minutes.

Location – Traffic – Service

The one-runway and single-terminal airport which will soon have a new 29-gate terminal, is situated roughly 26km (16 miles) west of central Muscat, and serves as the primary hub for Oman Air. The largest international airport of Oman had made a huge leap from total passengers accommodated last year compared with 2014.
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Muscat International Airport Reviews and News

Judging through 55 Muscat International Airport reviews posted online on Skytrax, the airport had been garnering an average score of 5/10 from feedback of travellers. The average score states that the airport is small and not enough for the volume of passengers. Most reviews are actually complaints over the facilities and services of the airport itself. Some have considered the airport as very basic and old. To see more of these Muscat International Airport reviews, click the link below:
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Muscat International and Salalah International Airport, including three regional airports, are under development and will be the new gateway to the Sultanate of Oman. The current development under construction at Muscat International Airport is said to have a capacity to handle more than 12 million passengers every year. This project is expected to be completed by the end of 2016.
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Contact Information:

  • Airport Code:            MCT
  • Phone Number:        +968 24 519223
  • Website URL:            http://www.omanairports.co.om/
  • Address:                   Post Box 1, PC 111, Muscat, Oman


As we noticed with Muscat International Airport reviews and current construction, the development plan will create a new impression about the largest airport of Oman. MCT, no matter how small they think of the airport, is actually part of the world’s top 100 airports this year. Muscat International Airport took the 94th spot and keeps on improving. Let’s see more of the airport’s performance this year.

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Halifax Stanfield International Airport Reviews

When the Halifax Civic Airport was closed and converted to an army base in 1942, the Department of Transport established a new airport near Kelly Lake in 1960. The air facility accommodated over 180,000 passengers by then, and it became quite apparent in the 1970’s that the growth rate of YHZ was greater than an average airport.

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Robert Stanfield

As a result, long-range development plans were made. And, that’s what it makes the Halifax Stanfield International Airport as it is now.

Did you know that YHZ was part of Operation Yellow Ribbon of Canada? An operation to handle the diversion of civilian airline flights in response to the September 11 attacks in 2001. And, also to honour the people of Gander and Halifax for their support during the operation, Lufthansa named a new Airbus A340-300 “Gander-Halifax” on May 16, 2002.

The airport was named in honour of Robert Stanfield, or the 17th Premier of Nova Scotia and leader of the federal Progressive Conservative Party of Canada. In this review we’ll be looking through about the services and traffic reviews of Halifax Stanfield International Airport (YHZ).


Halifax Stanfield International Airport Reviews-facilitiesThe airport that was awarded as “Best Airport in North America” of the Airport Service Quality and also had been the 3rd Best Airport by Size in 2011, Halifax Stanfield International Airport serves as the main airport of Nova Scotia of the Canadian province and has several facilities. So, getting lost won’t be a problem at YHZ. An information desk is located in the Arrivals area and more tourism Nova Scotia centers are located at the main level of the domestic arrivals. Volunteer assistants are available throughout the airport to help passengers with a range of queries.

There are a lot of restrooms located throughout the airport, but sad to say, showers are not available. To keep customers entertained, art and scheduled live music exhibitions are available throughout the airport.

There are two duty free shops at the airport. One is located on the Departures Level, across from Gate 24, and closes 45 minutes prior to the departure of non-US international flights. The other duty free shop, located in the US Pre-Clearance facility, stays open for all US-bound international flights and closes at the last call.

Halifax Stanfield International Airport Reviews-insideThere is a wide selection of fast-food outlets, cafés, and snack bars both pre- and post-security within the terminal, including licensed bars and pubs. Most food concessions throughout the airport operate with varying schedules, one of which (Tim Horton) is open for 24 hours.

Free WiFi is available at Halifax Airport. Connect to the “Halifax_Airport” network. Additionally, telephones with internet access are situated throughout the departure lounges, while dedicated internet kiosks are positioned throughout the terminal.

Non-passengers who are on a tour are also accommodated, through tours that can be conducted on Wednesdays from mid-September to mid-June. Tours can be customized to suit your group.

Transportation Directions

Halifax Stanfield International Airport can be reached from Highway 102, when heading north out of Halifax. Take exit 6 off the highway and follow the signs to the airport.
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Other means of public transportation are via MetroX bus 320 which links the airport to central Halifax, Airport Express that provides express shuttle service to various destinations in Nova Scotia, and Taxi or Limousine services from Domestic Arrivals.

Location – Traffic – Service

Halifax Stanfield International Airport is located 35 km (22 miles) north of central Halifax and is a hub for Air Canada Express, Cougar Helicopters, Maritime Air Charter, Provincial Airlines, and SkyLink Express. The public-type international airport of Canada was ranked to be the 8th busiest airport in the country by passenger traffic. YHZ had accommodated 3.7 million passengers last year.
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The airport is also served by several fixed-base operators which handle handle fueling, ground handling, hangarage, catering, etc. These include Atlantic Sky Service, Shell AeroCentre, and Gateway Facilities.

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Halifax Stanfield International Airport Reviews & News

Since the comments posted on Skytrax were pretty much outdated, we looked for more Halifax Stanfield International Airport reviews and found some on Yelp. On Yelp, we found several feedback regarding the airport. Halifax Stanfield International Airport reviews have stated that YHZ is probably one of the better airports in Canada, especially if you are used to Pearson. With a total rating of 4/5 on Yelp, this proves that passengers had a nice experience with Halifax Stanfield International Airport. One reviewer even said, “Otherwise, for a city of this size, I think YHZ does a marvelous job,”

To get updated with the latest news within Halifax Stanfield International Airport, follow the link below:
Halifax Stanfield International Airport Reviews-logoContact Information:

  • Airport Code:         YHZ
  • Phone Number:     +1 902-873-4422
  • Website URL:         1 Bell Blvd, Enfield, NS B2T 1K2, Canada
  • Address:                 http://hiaa.ca/


However, we are still puzzled why Halifax Stanfield International Airport had ranked down from the 56th to 61th spot from the World’s Top 100 Airports. Maybe, because of some complaints over the neutrality of their services? Or, maybe because the airport needs more development given its size and traffic. I hope they won’t keep going down every year.

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Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport Reviews

More commonly known as “The Lone Star State” in the US, it has the best barbecue joints around. Texas is the second most populous and the second-largest of the 50 states in the United States of America. Did you know that “Texas” came from the Caddo Indian word ‘tayshas’ meaning “friends” or “allies”? Back in 1927, Dallas proposed a joint airport with Fort Worth. Initially, the proposal was declined by Fort Worth; each city had opened their own airports.

joint proposalBut in the long run, the proposal was made effective in 1961 after the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) refused to invest more money in separate Dallas and Fort Worth airports, since Fort Worth’s airport was eventually abandoned by then.

In 1973, the public international airport was established. The airport opened for commercial service as Dallas/Fort Worth Regional Airport on January 13, 1974, at a cost of $700 million. The joint Texas city airport was rebranded to what it is known today as “Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport” in 1985.

Airport Facilities

Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport is the primary international airport serving the Dallas–Fort Worth area in the U.S. state of Texas and is largest hub for American Airlines. DFW has enough facilities to accommodate customers. Let us help travellers to enumerate some of them.
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Multilingual information boards can be found throughout Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport. In addition, interactive visitor information centres are located near the baggage reclaim areas, providing information about the airport and public transportation.

DFW Airport Ambassadors, who are stationed throughout all terminals, provide assistance, including directing passengers to connecting flights, baggage reclaim, and other airport facilities.

Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport Reviews-shopsThere are more than 100 food and drink outlets at Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport, ranging from snack bars and fast food counters to à la carte dining establishments, including a high-end restaurant in the Grand Hyatt hotel .

In all, there are more than 100 shops offering everything from cosmetics and drinks to Texan souvenirs (think cowboy hats and boots). Duty-free shopping is available to international passengers in Terminals A and B.

Since Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport is operational for 24 hours, workstations offer free power outlets and USB ports for charging. Free WiFi is also available throughout the airport, along with numerous fixed internet kiosks.

Getting To and From

There are airport connections from the south on highways 183 and 360, or from the north on highways 114 and 121. All exits are on the left. From central Dallas, head north on Interstate 35E, continue (northwest) on Route 183, turn off onto Ramp DFW Airport, and then continue (north) on International Parkway North toll road. From central Fort Worth, take Route 121 (Airport Freeway) all the way to the International Parkway junction. The International Parkway leads directly to the airport.

Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport Reviews-Dallas Area Rapid TransitThe Dallas Area Rapid Transit (DART), located inside Terminal A, is convenient for connecting to the Dallas Amtrak Station. The Amtrak Station is located in Union Station at 400 South Houston Street. Travel time by DART public transportation should be about 1 hour, depending on the time of day you are traveling.

Location – Traffic – Service

Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport is situated 24km (15 miles) northwest of Dallas and 29km (18 miles) northeast of Fort Worth, serving as a hub for American Airlines, Ameriflight, and UPS Airlines. DFW is the second biggest airport in the US with 17,207 acres, 5 terminals, and 7 runways. It is also the ninth busiest airport in the world in terms of passenger traffic. The public type airport had served domestic and international flights with more than 64 million passengers last year.
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Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport Reviews & News

Like other airports we wrote about, DFW had also garnered an overall score of 4/10, which is obviously below the average rating. According to 108 Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport reviews, the airport is not organized and confusing. Some customers had even said they had an inconvenient experience at DFW and will avoid the airport at all costs. But above all, travellers are mainly complaining about the airport staff’s lack of customer service skills. To see more of these Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport reviews, click here.

The whole airport is currently undergoing a huge renovation and improvement project scheduled for completion in 2018. While the work is carried out, a number of gates will close temporarily, check the official website for the latest updates on this. Coinciding with the renovation project, a new terminal, Terminal F, is in the planning stages.
Contact Information:

  • Airport Code:           DFW
  • Phone Number:       +1 972-973-3112
  • Website URL:           https://www.dfwairport.com/
  • Address:                  International Pkwy, DFW Airport, TX 75261, United States


It seems like DFW had been going through a lot lately. But, the development in process might resolve the complaints of the frequent travellers. We are looking forward to see the improvements of Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport in 2018. Despite these negative feedback, their ranking was not affected. In fact, they leveled up from 62nd last year to the 58th spot this year.

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Johannesburg International Airport Reviews

If you are imagining about safaris, giraffes, and lions when you hear about “South Africa,” then you definitely need to know more about the country. But, today we’ll be sharing some things about the 120-year-old city in Africa, which is still one of the youngest major cities in the world.

Well, did you know that OR Tambo International Airport in Johannesburg was named after the famous former leader of the African National Congress. The airport is the biggest and busiest airport on the continent of Africa. Discover Johannesburg and its international airport: Johannesburg International Airport (JNB).

Airport Facilities

Johannesburg International Airport Reviews-shopsAs the biggest airport in Africa, Johannesburg International Airport has several facilities found at the airport. Let us help you with them. Information desks are located in the arrivals and departures areas of the international terminal and also in the arrivals halls of the domestic terminal.

There are restrooms in all terminal buildings. Baby-changing facilities and other amenities for young children are available in most ladies’ restrooms. Showers are available in the Bidvest, Ses’fikile, and Shongolo Lounges.

Johannesburg International Airport Reviews-insideThere are plenty of places to eat and drink at JNB. These outlets include cafés, juice bars, steak houses, and fast-food restaurants. Also, Johannesburg International Airport has a wide variety of shops, including a duty-free mall in Terminal A. Among the specialist shops are gift retailers, bookshops, designer clothing brands, and jewellers.

Johannesburg International Airport is open for 24 hours and free WiFi is available for 30 minutes. The internet provider is “AlwaysOn.” Additionally, static computer terminals, with internet capabilities, are also available at JNB.


Here’s how you’ll get to JNB by driving: From Johannesburg, take the eastbound R24 to the airport; from Pretoria, take the R21. The airport is clearly signposted from these approach roads. The total drive time from Johannesburg to the airport is approximately 25 minutes.

GautrainIf you are planning to use public transportation, be advised that the high-speed train Gautrain runs between the airport and Sandton with 10 minutes estimated travel time. Magic Bus also operates scheduled bus services to Sun City and other destinations. (an office on the ground floor of the domestic car park building).  Official taxis operate from in front of the multi-storey car park building. The journey time to central Johannesburg is upwards of 30 minutes.

Location – Traffic – Service

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President Oliver Tambo

The air facility known as Jan Smuts Airport was founded in 1952. You might be wondering who is Jan Smuts? He is actually “Jan Christiaan Smuts,” a prominent South African and British Commonwealth statesman, military leader, and philosopher. The airport was established two years after his death.

Now, the airport is also known as “O. R. Tambo International Airport” (Oliver Tambo, a former President of the African National Congress). It is located 22km (14 miles) east of Johannesburg, and about 35 km (20 miles) south of Pretoria,  serving as a hub for Airlink, Comair, Interair South Africa, South African Airways, South African Express, Mango, and Kulula.
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There are six terminals at the airport, but these can be broken down into three major areas: the international terminals, the domestic terminals, and the transit terminals. It is estimated that 28 million passengers pass through its terminals every year.

Airport/Terminal Map
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Johannesburg International Airport Reviews

Unfortunately, the air facility had been getting a lot of complaints and comments from travellers. On Skytrax, out of 187 Johannesburg International Airport reviews, they gave the airport a 4/10 score rating. Even the most recent posts are showing a lot of dissatisfaction over the airport’s services and facilities. The main problem revolves around the lines that take forever and travellers blame the system and process of the airport as being unorganized.

To see more of these Johannesburg International Airport reviews, click here.
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Contact Information:


  • Airport Code:        JNB
  • Phone Number:    +27 11 921 6262
  • Website URL:       http://www.johannesburg-airport.com/
  • Address:               O R Tambo Airport Rd, Johannesburg, 1627, South Africa


The Johannesburg International Airport reviews might be the reason why the airport has ranked down from 24th last year down to 30th spot in this year’s World’s Top 100 Airports. This might sound bad, but if you’ll look on the positive side, it only shows that the airport had been fighting and trying to maintain at a good standing even after all those Johannesburg International Airport reviews online.

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Oslo Airport Reviews

Oslo Airport (OSL), also known as “Gardermoen,” was once used by the Norwegian army as a camp in 1740. The first flight for military purposes happened in 1912; fields and dirt surfaces were used, in short, no runways. Though, the Nazis took over Gardermoen and built the first proper air facilities. After World War II, the Norwegian Air Force had reclaimed Gardermoen. Now, it’s known to be Oslo Airport (OSL) as it serves as a public type and the largest airport of Norway.

Airport Facilities

Oslo Airport Reviews-shopsOslo Airport’s passenger services and tourist information are available from the information desk in the arrivals hall. And, please be advised, that the airport doesn’t have shower rooms.

Gardermoen has many food options. Opening hours at the airport’s many shops, cafés, restaurants, and travel-related services vary. There are a few concessions that are open 24 hours in the International Terminal like 7-Eleven.  The duty-free shops in the international departures hall and in the international arrivals are open 24 hours.

Free wireless internet is available for two hours to all travellers. The airport also has computer stations with internet access.


Driving from central Oslo, follow the E6 trunk road (which runs through the city to Trondheim and on to the far north of Norway) north until Jessheim, where there is a dedicated exit and airport road. The airport is clearly signposted all the way from the city centre. The total drive time to the airport from Oslo is approximately 40 minutes.
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For public transport, Airport Express Train connects Oslo Airport to Oslo; travel time depends on the day, but is approximately 10-20 minutes. Regular coach services connect Oslo Airport with various destinations in Norway. For regional bus routes, there is a bus station just south of the railway station, which is within walking distance.

Location – Traffic – Service

The largest of the three airports that serve the Norwegian capital is situated 50km (31 miles) north of Oslo and serves as the primary hub for Norwegian Long Haul, Norwegian Air Shuttle, Scandinavian Airlines, and Widerøe. Oslo Airport operates direct routes to more than 140 domestic and international destinations, as well as over 80 charter destinations. Based on statistics, the 2 runways and 1 terminal airport were able to accommodate 24,678,165 travellers last year.

Airport/Terminal Map
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Oslo Airport Reviews and News

Though, it seems that Oslo Airport reviews online are not happy with their overall experience with the largest airport of Norway. Even if it was ranked as the 56th best airport in the world this year, feedback online are not relative to its achievement. Customers gave the airport a total score of 4/10 on Skytrax, wherein passengers are complaining about the filthy facilities and unorganized service of Oslo Airport.
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Norwegian Air Transport Authority Avinor approved plans on 19 January 2011 for the expansion of OSL with Terminal 2. Set to be finished in 2017, the expansion includes a new pier located directly after security checkpoint with 11 new air bridges, 6 remote stands, a new arrivals- and departure-hall, and a new baggage handling system.

Contact Information:

  • Oslo Airport Reviews-logoAirport Code:         OSL
  • Contact Email:       passasjerservice@osl.no
  • Phone Number:     +47 64 81 20 00
  • Website URL:         https://avinor.no/en/airport/oslo-airport/
  • Address:                 Edvard Munchs veg, 2061 Gardermoen, Norway


terminalWe do hope Oslo Airport will do something about the complaints of their frequent flyers because if this keeps happening. in time, they might keep ranking down. Even if it was 56th last year, they actually ranked down from being on the 49th spot the year before. But, we are hoping after the project T2, the airport will make developments and gather more acknowledgement than complaints.

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El Dorado International Airport Reviews

As part of one of the busiest airports in the world, El Dorado International Airport had been in operation since 1959. It might take a few years for the BOG to construct and build their terminal, building, and runways. But, in 1973, they successfully accommodated nearly three million passengers. That year turned out to be one of the most prosperous for the industry of aviation, registering high passenger growth in both domestic and international traffic.

Now, in this review, we’ll be talking more about El Dorado International Airport (BOG).

Airport Facilities

El Dorado International Airport Reviews-restaurantsTo get travellers around, information desks are located in both terminals of El Dorado International Airport. Additionally, there is a tourist information desk in Arrivals. There are a total of 5 ATM/cash machines throughout the airport. Restrooms are available in each terminal while showers are available in the Avianca Lounge in the International Terminal.

There is a central food court in both the main El Dorado terminal complex and in Puente Aéreo, while a selection of cafés can be found airside in both terminals. Duty-free is available in the international departures area, while a number of other shops offer goods including local crafts.El Dorado International Airport Reviews-shop
For travellers needing to kill time or needing entertainment, a small casino is found at the airport too. Customers can also be connected through their electronic devices with free WiFi access of BOG. El Dorado International Airport reviews say that the signal is strongest after you go through security. Public telephones are also provided within the terminals.


Travelling by car from central Bogotá, Calle 26 runs directly to the airport, which is clearly signposted. The total drive time from central Bogotá to the airport is approximately 20 minutes. But, for means of public transport, Transmilenio shuttle bus offers transportation to airport travellers within the  downtown city center.
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A free shuttle bus provides travellers with easy connection between the two terminals. Allow about 15 minutes for travel time.

Licensed taxis are recognized by the color yellow and white. Taxis are located to the right of the international arrivals terminal and are available 24 hours a day. For safety reasons, do not use any other than the official yellow and white taxis.

Location – Traffic – Service

El Dorado International Airport is situated 15km (9 miles) northwest of central Bogotá and operates as the main hub for Avianca, Copa Airlines Colombia, LATAM, Satena, EasyFly, and Viva Colombia. BOG is a public and military type of airport, economically and politically speaking; El Dorado International Airport is the chief Colombian airport serving the country’s main international gateway. It is handling both international and domestic flights coming to Bogota.
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Last year, the airport had accommodated a total of 29,956,551 passengers which had made a steady 2 million passenger increase annually.

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El Dorado International Airport Reviews

According to 58 El Dorado International Airport reviews shown on Skytrax, the international airport in Bogota had gathered an average score of 6/10 from recent travellers who had even mentioned that the staff are very professional. One reviewer even ended up his comment with “One of the best airports I have ever used. Highly recommended.” To see more of these El Dorado International Airport reviews, click here.

El Dorado II by 2020
In 2015, plans have made to improve their aerial access. The development consists of a major expansion to the current main terminal with the effect of increasing the number of gates from 37 to 56 and thus raising the capacity of the airport from 27 million passengers to 40 million. The plan also involves improvements to the runway to increase efficiency. These two major developments are part of a greater endeavor to modernize the nation’s airports.
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Contact Information:

  • Airport Code:        BOG
  • Phone Number:    +57 1 2662000
  • Website URL:       http://eldorado.aero/en/
  • Address:               Cl. 26 #103-9, Bogotá, Colombia


To be honest, there are not much information about the airport on their website. But, looking through El Dorado International Airport reviews posted online, the airport had been popular nowadays. For customers looking forward to find out more about this airport, they won’t have a hard time searching for information. Because, BOG had gone up to the 46th spot this year on the World’s Top 100 Airports (being 94th last year).

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Denver International Airport Reviews

muralsDenver International Airport is really not your typical airport or is a little bit different from other airports. Apart from being known for its tent-like structure, DEN is more commonly known for its conspiracies including stuff about its murals at the airport expressing New World Order’s takeover. Painted by artist Leo Tanguma, they tell the story of apocalyptic biowarfare destroying the world as we know it, with the New World Order taking over in its place.

Other structures are the 32-foot tall blue horse outside the airport which is known to be “Blucifer” that killed its own sculptor. You can also try to check this article:

Moving forward, today, we are not trying to creep you out of the largest airport in the United States by total land area. We’ll be writing a review about Denver International Airport (DEN) to see what are their services, facilities, traffic, and development. Join us as we discover facts about the airport.


Denver International Airport Reviews-terminalAs mentioned earlier, DEN was known for its tent-like structure which was actually designed by Fentress Bradburn Architects. It’s reflective of snow-capped mountains and evokes the early history of Colorado when Native American teepees were located across the Great Plains. Moving forward, being the largest airport in the US by land area, DEN has a lot of restrooms throughout the airport but showers are not available.

There are a total of four information desks which are located in the arrivals area of the main terminal and in concourses A, B, and C.

Travellers staying overnight are allowed, since the security doesn’t mind sleepers at all provided the airport is open for 24 hours. There’s plenty of space to spread out, but the furniture isn’t particularly comfortable for sleeping. On a positive note, Economy class travelers can buy a pass and relax in one of the airport lounges.

Denver International Airport Reviews-shopThere is an extensive range of fast food outlets, cafés, bars, and restaurants at Denver International Airport. These include grill restaurants, ice cream parlours, and a sports bar. Shops at Denver International Airport encompass everything from newsagents and gift shops to retailers selling travel accessories, luggage, and designer clothing. Tax and duty-free shops are located in concourses A and B for international passengers.

Free unlimited WIFI access is available throughout the airport, travellers just have to connect to “DEN Airport Free WiFi” network to access it. Various internet booths are in the terminal complex.

Getting To and From

The automated airport underground rail system links the Jeppesen Terminal with other terminals and concourses in less than five minutes.

Denver International Airport Reviews-RTD SkyrideCustomers driving their way to their airport can use the route with Peña Boulevard which can be accessed via an exit off Interstate 70 in east Denver. Interstate 70 offers connections to Interstates 25, 225, and 76. Peña Boulevard can also be accessed from the E-470 toll road and Airport Boulevard in Aurora.

For other means of public transportation, travellers can travel via charter bus like RTD Skyride services. Shuttle minibuses are available from a number of providers. Taxis, charters, and luxury limousines are available to all destinations in the surrounding area from level 5. A flat rate fare of US$55.15 applies to Denver city

Location – Traffic – Service

The international airport more often referred as DIA is situated 37km (23 miles) northeast of Denver. DEN serves as the hub for Frontier Airlines, Great Lakes Airlines, and United Airlines with nonstop service to destinations throughout North America, Latin America, Europe and Asia serving 187 destinations. Based on statistics last year, Denver International Airport had accommodated a total of 54,014,502 passengers.

Did you know that Denver International Airport is the only airport in the United States to have implemented an ISO 14001-certified environmental management system covering the entire airport?

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A new train station, connecting the airport directly to downtown Denver, will begin operations in spring 2016. Additionally, a 519-room hotel and conference centre was recently opened in November 2015.

Contact Information:

  • Denver International Airport Reviews-logoAirport Code:        DEN
  • Phone Number:    +1 303-342-2000
  • Contact Email:      info@flydenver.com
  • Website URL:        http://www.flydenver.com/
  • Address:               8500 Peña Blvd, Denver, Colorado 80249, United States



There might be a lot of conspiracies from the start about Denver International Airport, but these were never proven true or never been admitted by the airport executives or founders. In this review, we want you to see the brighter side of the airport. Their service is well maintained and this kept them on the World’s Top 100 Airports.

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Chūbu Centrair International Airport Reviews

2The airport code of Chūbu Centrair International Airport (NGO) was actually derived from the location of the air facility in Nagoya. The airport opened in the spring of 2005 at the D-shaped island within the Ise Bay (artificial island) in Aichi Prefecture, which was landscaped with the natural environment and wildlife in mind. Though, NGO was actually the second airport built on a manmade island (after Kansai International Airport).

Just so you know, Chūbu Centrair serves the third largest metropolitan area in Japan, centered around the city of Nagoya. The region is a major manufacturing centre, with the headquarters and production facilities of Toyota Motor Corporation and production facilities for Mitsubishi Motors and Mitsubishi Aircraft Corporation. In this review, let’s discover more about the international public airport for the region of Chūbu.


Chūbu Centrair International Airport Reviews-Fu No YuChūbu Centrair International Airport is operational for 24 hours and has five information counters at the airport. These are located on the first, second, and third levels of the terminal building. Staff at these desks can also help travellers with registration for use of rental wheelchairs and baby pushchairs. Please be advised that volunteers dressed in orange jackets can also assist with queries.

If passengers need to change their clothes after a long flight, there are change rooms located in the departures and arrivals lobby. A one-of-a-kind bathhouse, “Fu No Yu,” wherein customers can watch the planes landing and taking off, is located at the Relaxation Plaza, open from 8 am to 10 pm.

Sky Town areaThere are many places offering meals, snacks, and drinks at the airport. Several Japanese, Korean, Chinese, and Western restaurants can be found, and there are plenty of cafés, bento kiosks, and ramen noodle bars. The widest choice is available at the Sky Town area on the fourth level of the terminal. Unfortunately, there are no 24-hour food and beverage concessions available at the airport. The Family Mart, which seems to be more of a convenience store, is open 24 hours.

Most shops are located on the third and fourth levels of the main terminal building. Among the options are several food shops selling Japanese and local specialities, fashion boutiques, electronics, and gadget retailers, bookshops, and outlets selling travel accessories. Duty-free shopping is located in International Departures.

Travellers stay connected with the free WiFi throughout the airport and, additionally, 6 internet kiosks are available at the airport too, though it’s not free (100 yen per 10 minutes).

Getting To and From

It takes approximately 40 minutes to drive from central Nagoya to Central Japan International Airport. First, head south on the Nagoya Expressway (tolls apply), then merge onto the Chita Peninsula Road, before finally following the Centrair Line westwards to the airport.

Nagoya RailroadThrough public transport, the Nagoya Railroad transports passengers from Meitetsu Nagoya Station to Central Japan International Airport in as little as 28 minutes.

Buses to many destinations in the region, which are operated by a number of different companies, leave from outside the terminal building and take approximately about one hour into Nagoya.

Taxi ranks are located directly outside the Access Plaza, on the second level. A taxi information desk is positioned next to the central information counter on the second level for bookings and information.

Location – Traffic – Service

NGO is situated on a manmade island 35 km (22 miles) south of Nagoya in central Japan which serves as the primary hub for All Nippon Airways (ANA) and Jetstar Japan. The first-class airport and main international gateway for  Chūbu region currently has one main terminal, a new terminal for domestic low-cost flights, and one runway. Chūbu Centrair International Airport was continuously being recognized for being the World’s Best Regional Airport in 2015 and this year. In 2011, statistically, NGO had accommodated over 15 million passengers.

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Contact Information:

  • Airport Code:          NGO
  • Phone Number:      +81 569-38-1195
  • Website URL:          http://www.centrair.jp/en/
  • Address:                 1 Chome-1 Centrair, Tokoname, Aichi Prefecture 479-0881, Japan


For some reason, we weren’t able to find Chūbu Centrair International Airport reviews online. However, even without the feedback of travellers, we are confident that this airport is one of the busiest yet organized air facilities in the world. Being the airport in the third largest metropolitan area in Japan is not easy. But, despite that, NGO is globally recognized as the 6th best from the world’s top 100 airports this year by Skytrax.

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Fukuoka Airport Reviews

Fukuoka Airport Reviews-YataiDid you know Fukuoka has the most yatai (a small, mobile food stall in Japan typically selling ramen or other food) in all of Japan? That the city is home to Japan’s oldest Zen temple? That a festival is held here every other day? This is how cool Fukuoka city is. I wonder if the airport is as amazing as the city is. In this review, let us discover Fukuoka Airport (FUK)

Airport Facilities

The airport has several facilities throughout the airport and its terminals. There are information desks located at the domestic and international terminals. There are plenty of restrooms located throughout the airport but unfortunately, there are no showers available.

There are coffee shops and kiosks selling sushi, ramen, Japanese and Western dishes and numerous shops and restaurants located within the domestic terminal.
Fukuoka Airport Reviews-shopTo keep the travellers connected, there is WiFi service available in the domestic terminals, departure lounges, and in the international terminal departures lounge. The airport offers internet kiosks and computer workstations for a fee.


Fukuoka Airport Reviews-directionFukuoka Airport is accessible in just a few minutes from downtown Fukuoka by subway and bus. Highway buses depart from both terminals to popular destinations such as Kumamoto, Nagasaki and Beppu.

To Domestic Terminal
Fukuoka Airport domestic terminal is just two subway stops from Hakata Station (5 minutes, 260 yen one way) and a further three stations from Tenjin Station (12 minutes, 260 yen one way).

To International Terminal
The international terminal at Fukuoka Airport lies across the runway from the domestic terminal and is not directly accessible by subway. Instead, Nishitetsu Bus operates frequent local buses between the airport and Hakata Station (15 minutes, 260 yen). Alternatively, take the free shuttle bus from the international to the domestic terminal and catch the subway into central Fukuoka (see above). A taxi ride from the international terminal to Hakata Station takes about 10-15 minutes and costs approximately 1200 yen.

Location – Traffic – Service

airlinesFukuoka Airport is a domestic and international airport located 1.6 NM (3 km; 1.8 mi) east of Hakata Station in Hakata-ku, Fukuoka, Japan. FUK has one runway which had successfully accommodated a total of 20,004,320 passengers in 2014. The airport is used for public and military purposes and is being operated by Civil Aviation Bureau Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism.

Fukuoka Airport was built in 1944 as Mushiroda Airfield by the Imperial Japanese Army Air Force for the World War II. After the war, JAL airlines was established in 1951, wherein the airline introduced jet service on the Fukuoka-Tokyo route in 1961.

Although Fukuoka Airport is known as one of the most convenient airports in Japan, it is constrained both by its inner-city location and by its single runway.

Airport/Terminal Map
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There are two terminal in Fukuoka Airport: Domestic and International Terminal.

Domestic Terminal
This terminal is spread out over three long buildings and serves flights on virtually every major Japanese carrier (JAL, ANA, Fuji Dreams and IBEX Airlines) and budget airlines (Skymark, Peach Aviation, Jetstar Japan, Vanilla Air, Spring Airlines, Air Do, Starflyer and Solaseed Air) with connections out to all corners of Japan.

International Terminal
This terminal is located in a separate building across the runway and is connected to the domestic terminal by a free shuttle bus. Regular flights to Korea, China, Taiwan, Singapore, and several other countries depart from here.

Fukuoka Airport Reviews of Travellers

Based on Skytrax, the airport had garnered an average score of 5/10 from 17 Fukuoka Airport reviews. Travellers are giving FUK mixed reviews. Some passengers said the airport is hectic and confusing, while other say it’s organized. Some even stated that the baggage reclaim immigration and custom clearance were fast and smooth. But, if judged by the recently posted, the Fukuoka Airport reviews are positive.To see more of these Fukuoka Airport reviews, click here.
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Contact Information:

  • Airport Code:               FUK
  • Phone Number:           +81 92-621-6059
  • Website URL:              http://www.fuk-ab.co.jp/english/
  • Address:                      778-1 Shimousui, Hakata Ward, Fukuoka, Fukuoka Prefecture
                                       812-0003, Japan


However, Fukuoka Airport has ranked down to the 98th spot this year from the world’s top 100 airports, in which they were at the 93rd spot last year. Given that change, FUK didn’t take that as a hindrance for them to be upset, but more of a challenge for them to do better.

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