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Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport
Country: United States
Largest and busiest airport in the world, main hub of Delta Air Lines.

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Country: United States
Second largest airport in the world, hub of both United Airlines and American Airlines.

London Heathrow Airport
Country: United Kingdom
World's busiest airport in terms of international passenger traffic, hub of British Airways.

Tokyo Haneda Airport
Country: Japan
Largest airport of Asia, base of both Japan Airlines and All Nippin Airways.

Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport
Country: France
Second largest airport in Europe, hub of french airline Air France.

Beijing Capital International Airport
Country: China
Second largest airport in Asia and the main gateway in China, hub of Air China.

Frankfurt Airport
Country: Germany
Main hub of german carrier Lufthansa, the third largest airport in Europe.

Sydney Airport
Country: Australia
Largest airport in Australia, the base of the airline Qantas.

Sao Paulo Guarulhos International Airport
Country: Brazil
Largest airport in South America, hub of the brazilian airline TAM Linhas Aereas.

Johannesburg OR Tambo International Airport
Country: South Africa
Largest airport in Africa, the base of South African Airways.


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Sydney Airport
16 October 2014 Jukka Makunen

Airport staff kept constantly sending us to wrong places and we nearly missed our flight. Upon arrival we had about 4 hours before flying to Melbourne. Because it was not apparent fr om any monitor or sign, we asked fr om the airport info wh ere we needed to go (showing the flight reservation & flight number). The staff sent us to Terminal 2 (domestic). Fortunately, I did ask about something else from the Jetstar staff in Terminal 2, because immediately the woman working for Jetstar told us that we were in the wrong terminal! So we needed to pay the bus again to go back to Terminal 1, the one that we just came from! That was like 20-30 AUD totally wasted and why isn't the airport internal bus between terminals free anyway? Also, the waiting times for the bus were fairly long both ways on this completely unnecessary "trip". At this point we still had some time, but when entering the departures, another airport staff member told us to go to the international passport control line. We were waving the tickets with the orange "D", telling that we're flying domestic and that there is a sign pointing us to a different, a very short line (like 5 minutes long). But the staff member told us everyone goes to the international line, which took about 2 hours to get through (the airport was crowded!). And when we finally got to hand our passports to the (very friendly) woman working for Border Protection, she asked why did we wait in this hellishly long line when we could've just gone to the short domestic line? She also said it was a very bad mistake from the airport staff to send us to the wrong passport line. After getting through the passport & security control, we had to run! Having originally had plenty of time to spare, about 4 hours, now we only made it to the flight because it was delayed by 30 minutes. The flight was already boarding as we finally made it to the gate and let me remind you, in this 4 hours, we had no time to do any shopping, eat or have coffee. It was all about the airport staff constantly sending us to the wrong places. There was still one incident wh ere a staff member sent us to the wrong direction, but fortunately we finally saw a sign pointing us another way and to the correct gate. The airport looks nice and is clean, but due to these incidents I find it very hard to recommend. We nearly missed our flight due to all the misinformation given by the airport staff and honestly, we were not happy about all this extra trouble that nearly caused us to miss our flight. On another note, some people may be also concerned about the so called "nude scanners". Yes, they have these at the Sydney airport and you may be randomly selected. While some people may be concerned about it seeing under your clothes, my personal concern is about the extra radiation dose these devices give you. So this may or may not be an issue to some travelers, I had to go through one and I would've preferred not to get that extra X-ray that is never healthy for anyone.

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Chania Daskalogiannis International Airport
19 September 2014 Guest

The worst airport it has ever been my mis pleasure to visit. We arrived two hours before flying and spent one and a half hours queuing to check in and pass through security - there were no orderly systems in place and the staff clearly didn't care about the comfort of passengers. The airport facilities are pathetic and it clearly cannot cope with the number of passengers passing through and needs a thorough expansion programme. We will never visit Crete again after this awful experience!

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Kansas City International Airport
12 September 2014 Ian wallace

Kansas City international, once a thriving hub for TWA, is a shambles now. The airport claims to be undertaking renovations, remodels & repairs, but in 2 visits 12 months apart I saw absolutely zero improvements. The gate area (52) us the WORST passenger gate area I have EVER seen. There is ZERO pax amenities beyond security, no RESTROOMS, no food, not even a water fountain. You are a prisoner until you are allowed to board. Pray your flight isn't late. The gate spaces a terribly cramped considering the vast amount of unused space. In my opinion this is the end result of allowing a failing municipal government takes over an important public facility and runs it into the ground. Do not connect in KC if you can avoid it. Pressure city leaders to fix their mess NOW

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