✅ Verified Review
| I use Basel Mulhouse airport at least once per month, on average every other week. I appreciate that it is "compact" meaning it takes very little time to go to a gate. The "compactness" means also that there is not enough seating. This is becoming a major issue. Compactness means also that there are only 3 cafes in the departure area, with few seats. The business lounge is great, food is ok, never crowded. The pick-up and drop-off french side, are again being re-organised. It is a mess, where taxi and private vehicles fight for the same areas. Parking has just been extended with a new multi-storey. There are companies offering remote parking too. There are 3 security check zones, what most people do not know, is that they are interconnected therefore you can use any of the zones, irrelevant which airline you are flying with, or which gates you will go to. This is not sign posted, and there is no queue management. Frequents users visually check the queues before going to security. The passport control flying out is too small for the number of passengers. It was recently improved for passengers coming in. Finding a place where to plug in chargers is difficult. It is a small airport, therefore only 3 shops. WIFI is free for a short period. The web portal to connect does not work very well with Gmail or Facebook login. The airport has 2 entrances, and two exist as it sit on the border between France and Switzerland. It is not made clear to passengers that since both countries are in the Schengen zone, they can freely walk from one side to the other. This airport has grown very fast in the last few years, but the building have not expanded to accommodate the additional passengers. Something needs to happen soon.