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Convenient!

by Voykkaido (October, 2014)


Reason for Stay: Early flight departure
Where: Landside
Pros: Proximity
Cons: Music from Tsutaya annoying


Terminal 1, 2nd floor, turn left and head for the Lawson convenience store (open 24 hours) and you'll see the benches on the right, in a square area. The area has a low ceiling, minimal lighting and the benches are reasonably soft and don't have those annoying gaps between the seats, so a good sleep is a real possibility. Also in this square you will find an airport information center, from which you can borrow large, warm blankets for your sleepover at KIX! If you should have any medical emergency there is a clinic just down a short hallway, and washrooms are also down another hallway so you don't have to venture far afield when nature calls. Power outlets for your electronic gadgets are located by the entrance to the hallway which leads to the clinic, by the ATMs, and right by the men's washroom (yuck!) Next to the Lawson is a Koban continued >>

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Lousy airport, hidden crash spot

by Mascij (October, 2014)


Reason for Stay: Connection between flights
Where: Airside
Pros: None
Cons: Loud all night, everything closed at 10pm


Had a pretty horrible experience after missing a connector. Nothing is open at this airport and the cleaning is loud all night. All chairs have metal arm rests, so no laying out. Around 3am I found the best spot. In terminal C, the stairs to the United club by c90, head to the second landing. Nobody bothered me at all and you get some peace from the noise. It's completely hidden. You can also visit United service nearby for a pillow & blanket. Next time, I'll bring a camp hammock & ear plugs.

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Info re. Almaty (ALA) Airport

by web-administrator (September, 2014)


Pros: -
Cons: -


(email submission) Another useful hint for travelers - there is a business class waiting area in the landside of domestic departures section, which is supposed to serve business class ticket holders. However, since nobody checks your ticket upon entry, one can freely enter this area and enjoy more comfortable seats.

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Drinking Water at Copenhagen Kastrup

by web-administrator (August, 2014)


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(email submission) I have not slept at Kastrup Airport but I can see from the reviews that it might be useful to let people know that it is safe to drink the water from any cold water tap and (obviously) from taps marked as drinking water in the toilets. There are no drinking fountains, as Scandinavian people would assume that you can drink from cold water taps. You might want to buy a bottle if you havent got one already but after that it is free to refill it and the tap water tastes fine.

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Miami Airport 24/7 Food

by web-administrator (September, 2014)


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(email submission) In wandering around the Miami Airports 'Sleeper non-grata' airport, I learned that the Einstein Brothers Bagels in Terminal D, next to gate D26, is open 24/7. I hope this helps a fellow hungry traveler!

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