The airport is not well designed and badly sign-posted especially if you arrive by rental car. There are no signs at all telling you where to return your rental car. After driving around for a bit we decided on a hunch to try the multi-storey car park. Just behind the entrance there is a smallish sign with the logos of the rental companies but again no sign to any designated parking spaces. So we kept on driving upwards until we saw signs indicating the reserved parking spaces for Europcar Sixt Avis etc. Again no instructions on what to do next with your keys. We then try to find our way to the departure hall. The only obvious entry is via a narrow sidewalk beside a ramp leading around the old terminal building up to the second floor of the new building. Inside no car rental office to be seen. A plan of the airport indicated that rental companies could be found on two locations inside the old terminal building that functions as departure hall at the ground level. But no indication of which rental firm is where. No signs indicating how to reach that part of the airport. It turns out you have to leave the building cross the road to the old building find a staircase downstairs. Here you find signs to car rental but pointing in two opposite directions! I tried left but found that my company was on the other side of the building. Once I found it I had to accompany the operator to the car for inspection. And after inspection back to the terminal building. Good thing we were there with good time to spare! Our flight left from gate A2. For gate A2 and A1 there were a total of 6 seats in the waiting area so waiting passengers had to spread out to rest of the A wing of the departure lounge. The airport tries to show an environmental consciousness by placing separate garbage can for paper plastics and other items. Funny thing is that cleaning staff empties the three cans into one big garbage bag!