✅ Trip Verified
| This airport physically cannot cope with the volumes of footfall that are common, especially during the ski season. Two carousels for arrivals (which is fine if there is only one private planeful of people, anything more than that, then it poses a problem) and then you walk round the corner and literally are out in the car park, with no waiting area available in between. Departing from there is equally irritating with a minuscule check in where the bags are manually transferred from the weigh in to the conveyer belt, a tiny security area which means that you have to wait until your flight is called up in order to pass through. The facilities available are dismally limited, the seating available while you wait is minimal, and food and drink expensive. Security itself is archaic, with one queue (explains why you have to wait to be called up) and small trays that mean you have to utilise five just to fit hand luggage, coat, phone and shoes etc. It wouldn't be so bad if this airport only dealt with fifty or so passengers over a twenty four period, as that is all the organisational abilities are set up to cope with. Unfortunately it is a key airport for ski destinations, which means the quantities experienced are substantial, and beyond what the airport is built for. It ranks up with Geneva as a horrendously mismanaged and inadequate airport, and that is saying something. The sad thing is, it looks like this is on par with Grenoble, which means any skiing to the Alpes requires being subjected to horrific standards of airport torture in order to get to a nice destination.