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Seoul Seoul Incheon International
24 August 2015 DW

Yes, it used to be one of the best airports in the world. Unfortunately it has taken a MAJOR hit recently as it simply cannot cope with the increased number of passengers. The short line ups for immigration/security that used to be a feature of Incheon are gone!!! Now are horrendous long line ups and a surprising level of disorganisation in their immigration system. When there's line up's taking 45 minutes....why are not all the immigration lanes staffed??? Ok they blame the influx of Chinese visitors in recent years but this is a poor excuse - the airport has to manage it. One additional point - there are no security/immigration lanes for business/first class passengers. Strange! Very sad to see an airport which I have complimented before becoming so bad. It is VERY VERY frustrating to travel in this airport now. Management - please note and do something about it, it's in your power!!!

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Dammam Dammam King Fahd International
16 August 2015 Praveen Raj

Dear Sir, Last week, I got back to Saudi via Dammam Airport. I have to say they have improved a lot in the last couple of years. The queue at the customs was managed excellently. Maybe the baggage service was slow a bit but otherwise everything finished so quickly. Thanks to the Airport authorities. Keep up the good work!

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09 August 2015 "Lidiya Ivanovna"

I used Cheboksary aeroport twice and i have a quite negative experience. The first time the handle of my rolling suitcase got broken during transportation of the luggage and I never received any refund after submitting a declaration about it. The suitcase was ruined as i could not roll it. And nobody ever contacted me. The second time happened on 2 august 2015, Utair airlines, flight 7.30am from Cheboksary to Moscow. I checked in my luggage I asked to put a label of fragility on my suitcase and the suitcase of my boyfriend. We had some glass in our luggage. They sticked something on only my suitcase and said to bring both suitcases to the Customs to check luggage in and that they would arrange fragile part of our suitcases. Apperantly you have to do it yourself which is fine. My family was waiting for us back to say bye and spent an 1 hour before the boarding outside as we were too early. We went to the Customs hall (5 meters away from the check in area) and gave our suitcases saying that they should transport it as fragile luggage and put relevant labels on both suitcases. Does it seem to be a simple request? Looks like that. But no. The answer of one woman was "what does it matter? Nobody will look if your luggage is fragile". I kindly said that it matters to me and I would like both suitcase to be transported as fragile. The answer of the same woman was "do it yourself but you have to go through Customs first and we won't let you out".. (because I already mentioned to them before that we only want to drop suitcases and go back to my waiting family). That was absurd! Simple request to transport your luggage as fragile turns into begging. You are standing there looking at these 3 lazy people who dont want to do their jobs and treat customers like this! Of course I told them that i have to go back to checkin area to see my family and cannot go through customs to put labels that they would give me on my suitcases. The answer from "that woman" was that either i put that fragile label myself either they dont move a finger. I got really annoyed and asked them to give my suitcases back, so i can go back to the checkin desk and arrange myself. The answer was NO. I tried to ask for the name of "that woman" but her nice colleagues didn't give her away. I heard somebody called her "Lidiya Ivanovna". If you know this unhappy woman working in Customs area of the Cheboksary aeroport, please help her to find the other job! This is really not a nice experience when people do not do their job well and irritate customers. Kind regards, Crappy treated customer on August 2, 2015.

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