Pretty shitty

by jurrzes (October, 2013)

Reason for Stay: Early flight departure
Where: Landside
Pros: there is some carpet to lay on
Cons: no seats, not even enough wall to sit against, cold.

This international airport is not even providing seating. All the seating there is you see on the photo. Worst night of my life

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Airport review Fort Lauderdale

by web-administrator (March, 2014)

Pros: -
Cons: -

(email submission from MvH) Well, honestly I owe it to this site to submit a review. Reading previous reviews I found a certain place in the airport and I really feel like i hit the jackpot! Sleeping: generally there are benches, both padded and wooden, around the airport without armrests. Most seating areas have armrests though. THE SECRET GEM of sleeping in this airport is a group of 4 large comfy sofas located in the waiting area in front of the AVIS car rental. It is located on level 3 of the car rental building which is accessible through the far end of terminal 1. notice the plug too! Plugs are generally hard to find in the airport though. Food: there is currently a 24-hour dunking donut in the pre-security area of terminal 3 and a (new?) 24-hour coffee shop in terminal 1. Luggage storage: There is a luggage stora continued >>

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20 hrs in Mumbai Airport

by web-administrator (April, 2014)

Where: Airside
Pros: -
Cons: -

(email submission) So I had a 20 hour lay over in Mumbai airport and jet airways were not able to find me a flight to leave earlier...and I could not leave as I needd a transit visa which didn't seem worth it. I was quite anxious before hand that this layover would be nightmare, but turns out it wasn't so bad. Free internet was available and you can keep re mewing this...there are a couple of decent restaurants and some decent shops to keep roaming around...maybe get some presents here. I was most worried about sleeping as I find it hard to sleep....ok so there are lots of sofas etc, which most people slept on. At first I tried to sleep here but it was too much with the bright lights and constant I went downstairs and paid 1800 Ruppies to sleep in the clipper lounge in the first class part. It was much quieter down here and continued >>

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So luxury

by Solstice (April, 2014)

Reason for Stay: Too cheap for a hotel room
Where: Landside
Pros: Almost like a bed
Cons: one or two mosquito

At the terminal 1 departure(landside), there are plenty sofa type strange shape objects which allows you to be straight flat lay-over. Circumstances with almost perfect balance - not too dark, not too light - not too busy and not too empty. I enjoyed my sleep until 5am. One floor down from the departure stage, there is a food court(all closed during night, so quiet) also with many vacant sofas.

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Exaggerated Comments

by Filipinas50 (September, 2013)

Reason for Stay: Checking in and had to wait
Where: Landside and Airside
Pros: Safety with Multiple Security Checkpoints Starting from the Main Entrance
Cons: White Taxis on the Departure Level , Lack of Food Options @ T1

I must admit that NAIA is not perfect but after reading some of the negative comments here one is to wonder why some of the issues seems to have been magnified and exaggerated ... I have little to complain about the NAIA complex based on my experience in using it 1X yearly with the exception of the white cabs on the upper departure level which will overcharge your fare, the yellow ones at the lower departure level have to be prepaid based on your destination so the driver can not cheat you ...

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