The " Pit Airport"

by Ruben Taglish (April, 2014)

Reason for Stay: Other
Where: Airside
Pros: None
Cons: Everything at this airport

I've been visiting the Phil. on and off for several years and each year seems like this place gets worse every time. I just came from there today and this is by far the worst airport that I have ever been in the last few years. Beside under 'renovation', the place is hot inside, going down to passenger waiting area is a nightmare: no restroom unless you want to go up and be subjected to another security check when you return and no place to get water or something to drink within this place.While sitting, I looked at the ceiling and it looks like it's ready to fall off. Each passengers leaving this hellhole pays departure fee each time for years now but there is no indication that this airport is being cared for. It's a shame that the government does not put effort to get this to international standard or at least half-way to int'l look.

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Comfortable place

by jollyroger (April, 2014)

Reason for Stay: No Money
Where: Landside
Pros: mostly quiet
Cons: chairs with arms, lights

you can use the worships to spend the night in quiet.

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A Very Uncomfortable Night

by Etindel (April, 2014)

Reason for Stay: Early flight departure
Where: Landside
Pros: It was cheap, the cafe americano from the 24-hour cafe was good
Cons: Everything else.

I spent last night in Milan Bergamo airport and it was such a bad experience that I am really not surprised to see it ranked as No. 1 for 'Worst Airports to Sleep In' here. 1. There. Are. No. Plugs. Alright, I'm exaggerating. There is literally ONE...right in front of the bathroom. 2. There is not enough space. Too many people were crowded on the floor and there were no long benches or armchairs or any furniture that might have rendered sleep a little bit comfortable. I feel sick imagining an overnight stay in that airport in summer. 3. The floor was dirty. 4. Despite all the signs showing off their 'free wi-fi', the wi-fi was NOT free, leastways not for non-Italians. 5. The prices from one of the cafes was shocking. 1.50 euro for a Mr. Tom peanut bar... 6. The security don't understand Englih. 7. The information continued >>

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Save on hotels for sure, sleep in the airport!

by alibaybee (October, 2013)

Reason for Stay: Too cheap for a hotel room
Where: Landside
Pros: Felt totally secure and safe
Cons: Got a bit chilly!

Totally a great option for overnighting if you have a connecting flight early the next morning. Started out in the domestic terminal, but was eventually disturbed by check-ins for a flight that departed at something past midnight. Ventured to near the International Check-in, benches comfortable, announcements of security measures are regular but they soon went in one ear and out the other and managed to get a fairly decent nights sleep all up. Saw police and security doing the rounds so felt secure. Wi-fi available.

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Worst service ever

by mickevans63 (April, 2014)

Where: Landside and Airside
Pros: None

I booked BANGKOK AIRPORT VIP SERVICES for a friend to meet her off an International Flight and get her to a connecting Domestic flight. This cost me THB2100. They failed to meet her and she ended up missing her flight, losing her luggage and had to spend a night in a hotel at the airport. This cost me an extra ticket for the next day, the hotel and expenses. Plus they refuse my requests for a refund, they won't even reply to my emails. This is a fraudulent company and I warn anybody to NOT use them for anything!!!

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