Curacao Airport

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3/10
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Curacao Airport customer review

Review by (Netherlands Antilles) 25th June 2015

Curaçao is an important hub in the Southern Caribbean. In terms of quality of services provided, facilities, friendliness of staff and officials, it doesn't come close to the level of other hubs, e.g. St. Maarten. Although some cosmetic upgrades were made, the facilities are in dire need of modernization. The food courts are a rip off, horrible menu items at exorbitant prices, taking advantage of your misery during long layovers and the usual delays, having no choice, but to purchase inferior nutrition. The air conditioning never seems to work properly and you have to be lucky to even log on to the public wifi. Forget about any business correspondence via email and seeking refuge in the below standard executive lounge. If you can, avoid the airport.
Experience At AirportTransit
Date Visit25-06-2015
Type Of TravellerBusiness
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7/10

Curacao Airport customer review

Review by (Czech Republic) 9th March 2015

Flew in with AB from DUS. CUR is a small Airport that has drastically improved over the years overall it is looking great for its size. However it is clear the Airport cannot handle the traffic though I suspect This could also be poor planning. IC Flights to DUS and AMS open at the same time. Together with regional flights it's simply too much for the Airport to handle without impact on customer service and comfort. Massive queues everywhere. Check-In Security Immigration Toilets and even at the Shops etc. All because approximately 1000 pax are at the airport at the same time.
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Terminal Cleanliness 12345
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3/10

Curacao Airport customer review

Review by (Netherlands) 24th May 2011

Small clean airport quick passport checks and the luggage was arriving quickly. It seems well maintained there is enough place to have a drink or have something to eat.
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1/10

Curacao Airport customer review

Review by 20th December 2009

A total drama in arrivals especially in the afternoon when KLM ArkeFly and Martinair arrive. There is only 1 luggage carrousel and you can imagine the mess. The airbridges often do not work and the paint of the building is already coming of. During rain seazon the whole checkin area is under water. This airport looks nice from the outside but is full of problems from the insite.
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4/10

Curacao Airport customer review

Review by 29th April 2009

Quite cosy and small airport immigration is great and hassle free! There is a nice bar outside with modern dance music you can enjoy a beer and snack before flying. Check-in lines are long - make sure to check-in online to avoid hassle. Tax fee is quite high.
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4/10

Curacao Airport customer review

Review by 27th December 2007

I recently had the pleasure to travel through the new Curacao intl airport. I'm very pleased with the new airport. It is very efficient from the outside it has a beautiful typical Dutch Caribbean facade and there are plenty of shops and cafe's to hang out. Staff is very friendly only the immigration customs could to with a customer service course.
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2/10

Curacao Airport customer review

Review by 30th July 2007

They just built a new departure and arrival building. The departure area is beautiful. The floor were you check in is huge. It’s isn’t hot at all although their isn’t air-conditioning. They designed it so that it’s cool all year round. But they made a huge mistake with the arrival area. For big planes like a Boeing 747-400 they only have one exit on the plane. Our biggest company on Curacao KLM had a Boeing 747-400 flying over from the Netherlands everyday. But now because it takes so long to empty the plane they decided to send a smaller plane. This means less tourists each day. Also the airport raised its airport taxes a few years ago it was only 20 dollars now it’s 32 dollars. Some people may think this isn’t a lot but consider this. One of our own plane companies named DEA also flies to Aruba. A ticked to Aruba costs 62 dollars. In that perspective 32 dollars is a lot for people living on Curacao.
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