Hanoi now has an International Terminal and a Domestic Terminal which are separate but near each other. Arrived on a domestic flight at the International Terminal and was bussed to Domestic Arrivals Hall. Relatively quick arrival of cases and limited checking before getting to large Arrivals Hall. A good array of facilities including shops/cafÃ© etc along with Taxi and Bus ranks. The International Terminal was completed at the beginning of 2015 and still has some final "polishing" to be completed and some shop/cafÃ© units to open. The building is a Glass Shed design with Check-in on the 1st Floor and Arrivals on the Ground Floor. There are a number of Islands of Check-in Desks for each airline grouping and 2 entries to Passport Control and then Security Scanning. Note there is no facility to change Vietnamese Dong once airside and ALL prices are quoted in USD. You must do down to Arrivals Level to use one of the banks to convert any unwanted Dong before doing passport/Security. Departure Lounge is one long strip with the gates overlooking the runway. Duty Free is limited to small range of alcohol and tobacco products and a shop selling Vietnamese things. There is no shop offering electronic goods/cameras. Each gate area had seating around the desk and a TV showing local programmes or films. As it was all new it is difficult to be fully objective on the state of the facilities offered but it looks OK so far.