As a regular business traveller commuting between Manchester and Aberdeen I can truly say that the customer experience at Aberdeen Airport has deteriorated rapidly. Issues with Airlines and the haphazard Taxi services aside and there are plenty Aberdeen Airport is clearly struggling to cope with increased passenger traffic particularly as the Summer holiday season commences. The Security experience has to be seen to be believed the security queue winds its way through what can only be described as a chicane to the first point where an airport employee scans your boarding pass 10-15 minutes later you emerge into the Security Hall. Often undermanned this has 3 scanners 2 of which are in operation. With no control the queue effectively crowds pushing you forward until your turn to disrobe comes. Once through Security you're then funnelled through Duty Free and into the Airside 'Lounge' - not the most welcoming of places. If you're travelling with colleagues or as a family forget being able to hold a conversation. Every airline makes constant announcements there is the obligatory Pre-Board but that is followed by constant reminders as boarding begins with the frequent call for 'lost' passengers. On the subject of size Aberdeen has plans to expand. One could say grand plans but if they can't cope at the moment what hope is there for the traveller? The facilities within Aberdeen effectively close down from 20.30 making for a miserable experience if you're unfortunate to suffer the all too frequent delay.