Saturday, January 11, 2014

Wall St. Cheat Sheet: Worlds Worst Airport Naia 1 number 8

Naia 1, Worst Airport, Naia

What else is new? Wall St. Cheat Sheet a financial media company in the U.S. tagged the Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA) as number 8, among the 10 Worst Airports in the World because of overcapacity issues in terminals 1 and 3.

Those that are included are known for unkept and smelly bathrooms, extensively long lines, and rude airport staffs. NAIA’s terminals 1 and 3 are said to be “particularly crammed.”

The article even quoted CNN Travel: “Beleaguered by ground crew strikes, unkempt conditions, soup kitchen-style lines that feed into more lines and an overall sense of futility, NAIA brings the term ‘Stuck in the 1970s’ to a new level.”

It also stated that: "Despite overcapacity issues, Terminal 1 seems particularly crammed, and Terminal 3, which is new, is only occupied by minor carriers at the Manila-based airport."

The Sao Paulo-Guarulhos International Airport in Brazil, topped the worst airports list.

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