Karlsruhe Airport

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Karlsruhe Airport customer review

Review by (Germany) 19th June 2011

Since my last review Karlsruhe airport has improved beyond expectations. Regular flights to more destinations and vastly improved bus services to Baden and Rastatt. Eating and shopping facilities need to be improved - especially on Sundays when the duty free shop and gate one bar are generally closed.
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Karlsruhe Airport customer review

Review by 5th June 2007

I use Baden Airport several times a month and it gets better each time - it is growing dramatically. The airport staff are always helpful and polite at check in and security. The airside cafe at gate one is never open and there are no local buses at all on bank holidays to either Baden Bhf or Rastatt (the main rail points for Karlsruhe and further - I had to take an expensive taxi. Rastatt aso has no bus service on Saturday but the airport still has regular flights coming in.
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Karlsruhe Airport customer review

Review by 8th October 2005

Flew into this airport again in October. The new terminal is now open but with only a handful of flights a day it is a bit of a ghost town. That aside it is now a very pleasant airport to use. Taxis are available it now has a couple of places to grab a drink or something to eat at reasonable prices staff are pleasant and polite. One thing to be aware of - if your flights are assigned to gates one or two you will need to make your visit to the " duty free shop" before you go there once at these gates it is too late.
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Karlsruhe Airport customer review

Review by 7th April 2005

A small regional airport ex-NATO (Canadian) serving inland flights and European charters (including Egypt). Elegant small buildings fast baggage and security handling very short ways. Hard to find with your own car (road signs? what's that?) and an absolute nightmare with buses (whose drivers sometimes will not even stop for the waiting passengers but just brush past them empty). You spend more time getting there than flying and that's probably the main reason for its lack of success - it is just too inaccessible.
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