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Riyadh Airport Review

by web-administrator (October, 2014)


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(Guest Review) If there was ever a hell this would be it. Not all domestic flights are listen on the boards you have to run around to find out which gate you should go to. And the only staff that will help you find it is those who are helping people board the flight! Airport has rubbish food, rubbish VIP lounge, and no real shopping experience. The whole building is dated and brown. The immigration staff spend more time on the phones and chatting than serving people. The carousel throws multiple bags on top of each other making it hell for you to get you small bag under an overweight 45kg bag Someone thought it would be a good idea to ban people using trollies to bring your suitcases to the check out counter, so if you have more than 2 prepare to either balance on your head or leave it unattended while you move the other 2!

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worst airport ever

by web-administrator (February, 2015)


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(Guest Review from Bader) The worst airport ever there are no clean bathrooms no food food credit card are not accepted the staff are so rude and give no respect to travellers.

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Riyadh Airport Review

by web-administrator (January, 2015)


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(Guest Review) The most worst immigration process. Took 3 hours queue in the immigration line.

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Riyadh Airport Review

by web-administrator (January, 2015)


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(Guest Review from Gizuntyt) Better replace any cravings for alcohol with chocolate. A plenitude of those stores, even those Kinder Easter egg things, though its Christian and they do not even know it. As for sleep - good luck. Not a chair to crawl under even if you smuggle stuff to raise a buzz. Would not recommend that either - smell a whiff on you and its the cavalry. Dinky airport, shops over priced and a closet for a smoking room. Yeah, I am still politically incorrect and smoke heinous cigarettes. Anyway, I digress, the airport in Riyadh is clean as a baby's bottom after yore mother with baby powder and ever'thin', but you really, seriously, do not, can not sleep there. Make sure you have a pick up - and be wary - the religious police might catch ya.

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Review of Riyadh Airport

by web-administrator (October, 2014)


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(email submission) Passengers waiting in the departure areas, are advised to take the escalators to the upper 'smokers' level immediately after clearing passport control (look to your left, the escalators are at an awkward angle and very easy to miss). This upper level overlooks the departures area, there are very few people there, and they have several large couches (with no handles separating the seats) allowing you to nap for a while; you can also sit or lie down on the carpet. Very few people there, and you can get some much needed rest. Happy journeys!

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