Category: Airport Reviews

Sep 24

How to transit between terminals at Ninoy Aquino Airport Manila

  Being equated with terms like “hated” “nightmare” and “worst” has been the fate of Manila International Airport for some time now. The overcrowded and piecemeal operation consists of four passenger terminals – T1 through T4. Many passengers would expect to find the standard means of terminal connection: a skytrain, buses, underground walkways, but forget everything …

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Jun 17

Adventures in the Underground Highway of Atlanta International Airport

  Recently I found myself with some time to spare, wandering through the walkway that connects the terminals within the Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport. It’s really a well-planned and easy-to-navigate airport. It has earned the “Global Efficiency Excellence Award” for thirteen years now. There are 7 terminals (including the international terminal – F), and a …

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Mar 30

High Speed Train between Rome and Venice Airports

A major project planned to make transit between Italy’s major airports started in December 2014 when the first two airports got connected directly by a high speed rail line, Rome’s Fiumicino and Venice Mestre.

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Jun 15

Everything you need to know about San Jose International Airport, Costa Rica

      Juan Santamaria Airport (SJO) is the main airport of Costa Rica and the port of entry through which most tourists and locals begin their passage. The airport is on the small scale but it is inspiringly clean, well run and greatly organised. It does have many connections to and from the United States …

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