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| I flew Aegean Airlines from Corfu to Athens to get a connecting flight from Athens back to Australia. On arriving atAthens airport I found it very easy to navigate. Bags were out quickly and so too through customs and passport control - to be expected because it's a domestic flight. Still, makes for an easy transit. Easy to find information and I jumped on the train quickly to see the Acropolis before I left. Train into the centre large, outdoors and easy to use. My feedback for improvement would be install self-service baggage lockers. I lost time having to queue to check in my luggage while I had a few hours spare and it's a flat rate of E7.50 which I think is expensive. Bear in mind Australians lose money at every purchase in Europe with the exchange rate. Just install self-serve lockers like other airports - people can come and go as they please. There could be more entrance queues to get through passport control and bag check. But maybe this is just because I was running a bit late. Compared to always long wait times departing Sydney and Melbourne airport, it's still easier. There were long queues to get food. Some water coolers would be good to install. I didn't need food but if I wanted to buy duty free, I'd have to be there early to queue - I could've bought something but didn't bother because of wait times. Excellent WiFi connectivity. For me and I would daresay most Australian, NZ travellers who usually travel multiple European destinations in one long trip (a completely different travel experience to lucky Europeans who can take short weekend breaks and scoot around with small cabin bags) WiFi is very critical to me having a poor to an easy travelling experience. I'm not going to buy a SIM card in a destination for a few days so rely more on WiFi when in Europe than when travelling in Asia or at home. WiFi signal very good well but it's annoying to have to sign up an account. Why bother? There's no compliance on WiFi use anyway.