|Quoting Andz (Reply 5):|
A disgusting building manned by disgusting people.
|Quoting UltimateDelta (Reply 10):|
IAD...under these circumstances:
I flew there back in October of 2001. Obviously not many people were traveling, and I remember there being virtually nobody in the whole main building. That was truly eerie.
|Quoting BMI727 (Reply 12):|
Honorable mention to T2 at JFK.
|Quoting yendig (Reply 14):|
PDV (Plovdiv, Bulgaria) - utterly awful in Feb 2008. The airport security decided I didn't need my four rechargable camera batteries (worth £50 and in my camera bag at the time) and threw them in the bin! Don't ever disagree with terminal security when they have guns....
|Quoting rwSEA (Reply 9):|
I really hate PHX. The place is drab in a 1970s way, with ugly carpeting everywhere. There are almost zero food options, unless you want fast food or rip-off generic airport food from the bars. Really an unpleasant place to connect.
|Quoting AustrianZRH (Reply 20):|
CDG. Long ways, bad signage, unfriendly staff.
|Quoting MillwallSean (Reply 17):|
People complaining about LGW or CDG needs to see the world. I love them both.
|Quoting Icarus75 (Reply 26):|
Seeing your post, I guess you've never had to connect in FRA, ORD, EWR!!
|Quoting Icarus75 (Reply 26):|
I guess you've never had to connect in FRA, ORD, EWR!!
|Quoting LAX888 (Reply 19):|
The worst airport I have been to is LED
|Quoting dl767captain (Reply 23):|
ATL terminal D (I think that was the one) where most of the RJ flights operate out of, plus the rest of the non DL carriers. I flew in from CHS or a CRJ and wound up in Terminal D walking around the apron to get to the terminal, up some steps into a run down ATL terminal nothing like the rest. It still had carpet, CRT monitors for flight arrivals (half of them not working) old flickering lighted areas where old customer service desks used to be. Ripped and broken seats and trash everywhere. What seemed like every midwestern family with eight suitcases and nine kids each walking in masses finding their flights to tiny little RJs. I went straight from D to the international terminal to catch my flight and it was literally like night and day.
|Quoting isitsafenow (Reply 1):|
DTW's NW building before the move to the new terminal.
|Quoting sw733 (Reply 2):|
LAS - a bunch of hungover, broke people who have been too busy to shower...and a depressingly run down airport to boot!
|Quoting Ychocky (Reply 30):|
Not really depressing, but my heart sank at CDG when the single manned security line for 2F snaked endlessly into the distance. With multiple wide body flights (including mine) departing soon.
|Quoting cvg2lga (Reply 43):|
Manaus. The observation area (FOR's as well) is dirty and not very well taken care of. The terminal itself is boring, drab and just old (not in a good way).
|Quoting aloges (Reply 24):|
BVB: Due to unforeseen circumstances, I got stuck in the place for IIRC 19 hours. There was nothing left to do after one.
|Quoting nycdave (Reply 31):|
LWO - verrrrrry very small, terminal is basically a brick shed with an incongrously columned fascade stuck onto the landside entrance. Getting off the plane, you're herded into a garage where you wait for a tractor to dump all the luggage onto the floor for you to paw through. Really gives you that old-school depressing, late-soviet era "wait in line for your turnips and bread" sort of feel. Which is a shame -- because Lvov and western Ukraine were absolutely lovely, and really beautiful with lots to recommend them. Hope they upgrade before the Euro cup in 2012!
|Quoting airevents (Reply 37):|
Kiev Borispol would rank highly for me. Very chaotic and unorganized, not very well taken care of, generally very unpleasant to travel through plus add long waiting times for immigration to that. Boooooooooooh!