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| I have probably used around 60+ airports in my lifetime all over Europe and North America and Bordeaux has to be the worst. On arriving with your car, you will find there are four car parks - confusingly called Parking 0, 1, 2 and 4. I don't know why they start at 0 and who has stolen parking 3 - but that's how it is. Also you don't know which to use as Parking 4 (the long stay) is more expensive than parking at another car park if you stay as long as 4 days (which to me is quite long). You will only find this out if you drive to the long stay car park and then back to car park 2. By the way, if you are dropping off people at the terminal be prepared for a traffic jam, as once you are in the lane you cannot pass the car in front and you have to wait whilst they drop their passengers off. You can easily waste 15 minutes here. Once you have parked, there is more confusion, the are three terminals A, B and Billi. What happened to C? I was in Billi terminal which is approximately 400 metre walk from the other two terminals, be prepared, if it's raining you will get wet. There is no cover and even if you arrive by taxi you will have to walk from the Taxi rank which is around 400 m away at the other two terminals. The terminal (corrugated iron shed) can be hot and airless, there are no tables for you to prepare for the necessary security checks and no chairs just after - so you have to sit on the floor to put your shoes back on. There are only two screens for displaying the flight information. On my return to this 'airport', there were at least two flights which arrived together, and we had to wait approximately 30+ minutes for the one customs officer to check passports, Of course by this time many people were dying to use the toilets, but there are none until you pass customs and then, wait for it, there was one male cubicle, no urinal, when we were there, there was a queue of 15 men waiting to use the toilet. Other facilities are a 400m walk in the rain. All In all this has to be the worst experience I have ever had in over 40 years of air travel, not a very good welcome to supposedly one of France's richest cities.