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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.
Guarulhos International Airport (Sao Paulo, Brazil)
This airport has poor cultural sensitivity. I am a Sikh (religion) fom India and as a part of my religion I wear a turban (a long piece of cloth wrapped around the head). The turban is an integral part of the Sikh religion and each Sikh gentleman sports one. A Sikh gentleman never steps in public without a turban. Not wearing a turban is like being naked. All major countries (US, UK, canada, european countries) recognise this. However, the security personnel at this airport were culturally insensitive to the fact. Even after my much explaining to the officers I was asked to strip my turban very harshly. This was even before doing a metal scan or any kind of patting etc. It was a humiliating experience and I hope that the airport authorities will take note of it and amend the policies.
— Jitin Sethi
Queen Alia International Airport (Amman, Jordan)
To all those who request that a mosque / prayer room be built, how about we also request that a church and a temple be built ? Seriously, what the heck is wrong with you guys ? And yes I do know that Islam requires prayers 5 times a day, but let's be fair to all religions then!
Jazan Airport (Jazan, Saudi Arabia)
AWESOME,, TENSION FREE "GIZAN AIRPORT" WE LIKE ITS SERVICES AN PUNCTUALITY.
— MUHAMMAD MOARIJ ALI