Airports in Europe - Rating of buses
Buses at airports in Europe
Rating of Airports in Europe - Buses
|Code||City||Name||Overall Rating||Number of Reviews|
|PMF||Parma Airport||Giuseppe Verdi||5.0||12|
|VCE||Venice Airport||Marco Polo||4.5||37|
|PMI||Palma de Mallorca Airport||Palma Mallorca||4.5||24|
|OSL||Oslo Airport||Oslo All Airports||4.5||23|
|TFN||Tenerife Airport||Norte Los Rodeos||4.4||154|
|MUC||Munich Airport||Franz Josef Strauss||4.4||121|
|HEL||Helsinki Airport||Helsinki Vantaa||4.4||39|
|FRA||FRA Airport||Frankfurt International||4.2||172|
|BES||Brest Airport||Brest Bretagne||4.0||30|
|ATH||Atenas Airport||E. Venizelos||4.0||18|
|LTN||London Airport||Luton International||3.9||88|
|LYS||Lyon Airport||Saint Exupery||3.9||12|
|CDG||París Airport||Charles De Gaulle||3.5||21|
Latest reviews of buses at airports in Europe
Franz Josef Strauss Airport (Munich) , 14/05/2012
I regretted it because never before have I been welcomed in such a discriminatory manner.Soon as I got off the plane, i only took about ten steps on my way to baggage claim when I was stopped by an undercover cop. I was the only one stopped out of everyone on that plane as i watched other passengers of the same flight leave without being questioned.He asked me where I came from and asked for my passport. I told him and also showed him my European Permanent Residency card, my boarding passes and electronic ticket. He began asking me who I'd be staying with and I replied, 'My fiancee's mother here in Munich'. He returned my passport and belongings and I was off to baggage claim.At baggage claim, I look over my shoulder and there he was passing by. He heads into an office and comes out with another man. My bag arrives and I grab it on my way to the exit where my future mother-in-law (who's German) awaited my arrival.I hugged her and we exchanged greetings and all of a sudden, the same cops flashes his badge again, this time with his partner and asked to search my bag. I was extremely angry and agreed but my mother-in-law refused to let it happen because I'd already told her my encounter soon as I got out the baggage claim.The men insisted and as soon as she mentioned her Father's name, they backed off apologizing for the harassment.Now, my assessment where as follows:1) Seemed like being the only dark-skinned man on the aircraft, they automatically assumed I was smuggling drugs2) If I was European or Caucasian I would have been treated with some respect. At least, they would have taken me to a nearby room if they needed to search me or my belongings instead of tailing me from the plane to the middle of the airport asking me to open my bag in front of the airport causing me further embarassment as onlookers stared at me as if i was an illegal immigrant or narcotics dealer.3) Their actions give a "YOU ARE NOT WELCOME HERE" message to foreigners looking to visit, invest or whatsoever.I had only arrived in Munich to visit my German mother-in-law because her dad had just passed away. And that situation added to her problems. Furthermore, she had to write me a note I carried in my wallet just in case the Police harassed me and she decided to accompany me everywhere I went because of her fear of prejudice, discrimination and harassment towards me throughout my stay.My stay in Munich was 3 weeks in Inferno, and I dont think I'd be recommending Munich nor travelling there for whatsoever any more.It goes to show that there are still unchanged grounds on European soil filled with the silly supremacy ideology of WWI and WWII; and its no wonder why most of my business partners despise Germany and have changed countries when it come to import and export.I'm a Business Man in the Import & Export sector specialized in Computer Monitors and secondly, I must say, overall your company's services are well- appreciated. From the emails, the bookings to the alerts...all organized. Thumbs upAbout Munich, it will forever remain unpleasant and appalling to me. Thanks.
Granada Airport (Granada) , 27/09/2011
Arrived just before midnight to what appears to be a small regional airport. Luggae was on the carousel in a timely fashion and sufficient taxis and an airport shuttle bus just outside the exit.
Hyeres Airport (Toulon) , 05/07/2011
This airport is very hard to get to. There are no trains, the buses go very infrequently, and a taxi is very expensive (65 euros from Toulon station). There is little information on the website about how to get to the station.
Linate Airport (Milán) , 10/05/2011
clean, modern, good signs, easy bus ride to city, much better choice than Malpensa!
*£1,50 per minute