Basel Mulhouse Airport

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Basel Mulhouse Airport customer review

For it's small size a difficult airport to navigate due to the EU / non-EU (Swiss) division. Arrived and exited through French side for Germany bus; no Forex counter so had to re-enter Baggage Claim "unofficially" to get Forex since the only Forex counter upon arrival is in Baggage Claim. Exiting baggage claim caused a problem since the "computer" showed my passport as having been scanned a few minutes back. Upon departure entered on French side (came from Germany) had to exit France and enter Switzerland because British Airways check-in counter is *only* on the Swiss side. After check-in had to exit Switzerland and enter France since BA gate is on the French side. And yes my US passport is scrutizined and scanned for each of these exits and entries. In the gate area upstairs there is an interesting collection of "beach sands of the world". About fifty or so each specimen is on a saucer the whole thing looks like someone's private hobby. Fun nonetheless. P.S. There is no "smoking area" by the French gates but there is one by the Swiss gates; however you cannot cross to the Swiss side from the gate area.
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Basel Mulhouse Airport customer review

A little almost tiny airport bordering on cosy yet quite modern and unassuming. Access via bus and individual car parking are both very convenient. French and Swiss sections are strictly divided and policed (it's a EU-nonEU border after all). All the ways are very short and the small bar was decent (sandwiches above average). The airport is situated very conveniently but could use more traffic.
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Basel Mulhouse Airport customer review

I have used this airport 3 times over the past few months and found it to be a very pleasant experience on all occasions. Staff spoke good english everywhere is clearly signposted. Facilities are also good and baggage reclaim is efficient - just have to make sure you choose the right door on exiting or you might end up in Switzerland when you want to be in France or vice versa!
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Basel Mulhouse Airport customer review

It is a sad fact of modern economics that after having spent a fortune upgrading the capacity and facilities of BSL (Euroairport) that Swiss has decided to leave the airport from the end of March 2004 leaving many slots to the UK and within Europe unused and with no obvious competitor waiting in the wings to pass them on. There are very few scheduled airlines using the airport and it seems that the main users will be holiday charters and freight. What a pity - if only one could bring back Crossair (or a new 'post-Swiss takeover' reincarnation) which was an airline with honest fares a reliable fleet run by efficient and caring crew and well- used and appreciated by the flying public.
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