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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.

Sanaa International Airport (Sanaa, Yemen)

VIP Lounge - cooperation proposal. is there a direct contact with the lounge our lounge manager?

— sofia teslo

Sharm El Sheikh International Airport (Sharm El Sheikh, Egypt)

This was my third visit to Sharm because of the beautiful coral reefs but it will unfortunately be my last. I am not surprised reading the reviews at the absolute shambles encountered by passengers at the airport. Rude staff, corrupt officials, you name it. Saw quite a number of people who had obviously paid to skip the check in queue or fast track through security. I was offered an emergency exit seat on the plane no dount for a fee. Thankfully I had already prebooked seats. The number of bag searches and passport checks is completely over the top. You put your bags through a scanner before getting to check them in. Fair enough. Then you need to have a pen to fill in the Egyptian leaving card before presenting at passport control. Then another 'police officer' checked my passport again before my remaining carry on baggage was checked for drugs etc. Then had to write in a book my passport number etc. and what flight I was on for no apparent reason. Then like others say the toilets are disgusting, have little or no toilet paper and attendants who think you should tip them for the privilege. I thought after the airport had to prove it's security was up to modern standards after the poor Russian plane was brought down by a bomb a number of years ago the experience would have improved dramatically. Unfortunately this does not seem to be the case. How this charade is deemed acceptable is beyond me. Sharm is a lovely place and has decent hard working people who rely on the tourist industry. Unfortunately, a tourists lasting impression is leaving from the airport and I fear, like myself, many will not return.

— Ken B

Sais Airport (Fez (Fes), Morocco)

This is a warning to passengers travelling alone through Fez airport. I felt violated while passing through security early this morning. Two members of staff were present (one male, one female) - they were both fairly intimidating and the female one frisked me as soon as I stepped out from the scanner. There was no warning and she went straight for my breasts in a most inappropriate manner. When I asked her what she was doing, she said it was normal but, in all the years I have been travelling, I have never experienced this and feel other women travellers should be warned to wait for other passengers to go through security together. Twice she went directly for my breasts and the look about her was shocking. I am disgusted and hope other passengers are saved the discomfort and violation, and that Fez airport staff are trained better. This is not 'normal' or acceptable.

— P Stokoe

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