Bodrum Airport

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3/10

Bodrum Airport customer review

Through Bodrum in September 09 (using the international terminal for first flight departure of day for domestic service to Istanbul. Check your airlines departure point - may not be from the separate domestic terminal which is a taxi ride away from the international hall). Good and clean facility security to enter the airport checks bags and persons through detector gate. Toilets clean and well signed. Gates clearly marked for departures. An outdoor cafe offers croissants pastries sandwiches coffee and teas - with a table service - but as with all the other comments - watch the prices - 2 coffees 2 crossants costs 22YTL - and from the cafe inside at departure 24 YTL for 2 glasses of fresh orange juice. Upstairs a further cafe offers meals but closed at time of day at he airport and can't presume the prices were better. One small shop with a few sweets and gifts - but no stamps sold here so don't plan to post any last minute mail. Limited seating in departure hall - 10 seats in total - (plus others for the cafe) before going through passport control. Prompt and efficient check-in procedures handling a fairly full flight. Good signs for departures and quick passport checks. Ample seating at gates. No air bridge to planes though so expect to get wet in poor weather. Apart from food prices - a good and efficient place. Just turn up and travel if you can rather than hang around and wait.
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1/10

Bodrum Airport customer review

Difficult to add anything new to the comments listed. Both the prices charged for food and the state of the loos should be considered a national disgrace.
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3/10

Bodrum Airport customer review

As reported by previous passengers the prices in this airport are very high and very poor value for money payable in euros turkish lira or pound sterling. Dull duty free shopping where is there any exciting duty free? I think that disabled passengers could not access the first floor cafe so are restricted to the ground floor area with unappealing furniture and probably the same high prices. The public areas were clean male toilets ok. Buses to planes.
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1/10

Bodrum Airport customer review

Can only echo all the comments of the ridiculous costs of tea / coffee / refreshments. I would strongly suggest not buying from the cafe in the upstairs departure lounge which is probably the biggest rip-off in 30 years of air travel. To make things worse we were delayed 3 hrs returning to Gatwick - eventually leaving at 0600 from our check in at 0100 - and I still wouldn't buy a tea for £4.
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3/10

Bodrum Airport customer review

A little crowded and long waits when many flights leave about the same time - but that is to be expected. The biggest problem is the cost of refreshments in the Cafe Sera. There is no justification for an instant coffee - not much bigger than two espressos - costing 5euro (£4) or a small plate of fries at the same price - captive client base with one airline (Onur Air) operating a no meals on board service! The airport rating goes down significantly because of this.
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2/10

Bodrum Airport customer review

Facilities are basic. Toilets disgusting. Staff work hard and are efficient in moving people as quickly as possible. Security not as high as UK airports but there are more smiles and a good deal of patience. As stated in every entry above the prices at the rather shabby cafe are stupidly high. Best advice is ask the cost before you buy then don't buy. I doubt the owner of this concession ever reads these reviews or would even care if they did but I will never buy another item from this place.
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2/10

Bodrum Airport customer review

Just returned from a holiday in Turkey via Bodrum Airport. Whilst the public facilities at this airport are adequate and clean the catering is a total rip-off. Soft drinks retail at £4 a can (70p at Bristol Airport) and a very basic meal comprising hamburger chips and soft drink will set you back £10 a head! Best to take your own sandwiches and drinks. The Duty Free isn't particularly good value either. Don't forget that you have to pay £10 a head for a 30 day visa on entry to Turkey. So have cash to hand.
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Bodrum Airport customer review

I was quite impressed arriving at BOD in the new Hall A. It made a change to arrive at an airport which is an airport and not a shopping mall. If you are leaving from BOD Hall A you would be advised to eat and drink before going airside as facilities there are very limited. Also if two international flights are leaving at roughly the same time there can be a long queue to get through passport control and even if you have a Club Class ticket you cannot jump the queue. The Salon des Vignobles is not worth the additional money (if you are not in Club Class etc) as the selection of refreshments and snacks is very poor.
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1/10

Bodrum Airport customer review

The airport has plenty of seating which is just as well because many of the charter companies using it appear to have poor timekeeping. However the food and drink on sale is a total rip off - €5 for a can of coke you must be joking! I travel a great deal worldwide and this airport must be about the most expensive. Do they not understand that if they lowered the prices they might sell a lot more? On the plus side they do not seem to stop you taking your own food and drink through which is what I noticed all the regulars doing.
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1/10

Bodrum Airport customer review

One piece of advice: buy bottles of water and snacks in supermarkets before you leave - the airport prices are ridiculous. Over £5 for a small cup of coke and £4.30 for a bottle of water! Don't even get me started on the price of burgers and fries! If you're flight is delayed - good luck!
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