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See what other travelers have to say about airports they've visited

Here are some of the most recent remarks left by visitors to this site. Have some opinions of your own to share? Find your airport using the green search box above, and click the "add feedback" button to make yourself heard.

Menara Airport (Marrakech, Morocco)

I have been flying in and out of Marrakech for the last 5 years on a regular basis and have never had anything stolen or damaged. I is true that sometimes there is a wait to go through passport control, but this has improved since they introduced the snake system of queuing and placed people at the front to direct you to open kiosks. The toilet attendants get paid a tiny wage and a dirham tip is not much to ask, though if it your first time in Morocco you won't have the change as you can't get dirhams outside the country. I always pack valuables including laptop, tablet and mobiles into my hand luggage. I know my hold luggage has been checked, but nothing has ever gone missing. The landing cards are not pointless as has been suggested. The information on it is used to monitor who comes into and goes out of the country. The taxis drivers do try and get as much as they can from tourists, but this is outside of the control of the airport authority. My advice is always accept an offer of transfers from your hotel or tour operator. My worst ever experience of lack of organisation and rudeness from staff was in Miami airport.

— Christine Williams

Sultan Azlan Shah Airport (Ipoh, Malaysia)

It was sad that Malindo has stopped the route in between SIN and IPH. Ipoh Airport authority should allow more alternative airlines company to fly SIN to IPH or vice versa. So that it can bring down the airport transport fares when there are more competitors. As now the cost of the transport fares to fly to SIN from IPH is ridiculous high. On the other hand, more routes to city like Hong Kong, Taiwan, Bangkok and etc as to make sure the airport is fully utilized. Otherwise, it will be very hard to promote the tourism and revive the glorious time of Ipoh city when it was once well known for tin mining.

— Kenneth Wong

Sultan Azlan Shah Airport (Ipoh, Malaysia)

we need kb-Ipoh flight.. plz. previously got 1 flight, operated for few months only. then, ended already. very sad..

— Kb-Ipoh regular traveller

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