| I am a frequent visitor to Fuerteventura and it's airport, having resided in Puerto del Rosario on the island for some years previously. I have always received appropriate and professional service upon every visit to this aiport, up until now. It is because of this that I feel that I should express my opinion on the experience I encountered on my visit of 18th June 2017, in order for any necessary improvements that could be made for future customers. I travel a great deal, with my work in the United Kingdom, often Business Class, and have almost always been dealt with at various airports all over the world with courteous, professional customer service. Good customer service is of utmost importance to myself as, not only do I have to provide such service in my own employment, I expect to be treated with similar when I, myself, am the customer (or in this case, traveller) in question. I must clarify that, on this occasion, I was not using this airport as a Business Customer, but in fact a Leisure customer and I was returning back to the UK from this airport after a holiday. Check in procedures had gone smoothly and courteously, as had security and passport checks. However, once in the Departure Lounge, it seems that things do not run quite as smoothly. I understand that this particular airport seems to be in the midst of renovation and building work, resulting in many large parts being cordoned off whilst the work is carried out. This however left extremely little choice in being able to find any kind of food outlet to eat in, particularly hot food. The one cafeteria we eventually located, had very limited food choice available, and so the only option was to purchase a (very expensive) sandwich and coffee. After a long day of travelling, this was inevitably not an adequate meal to have before our subsequent long flight back home. I do feel that there should be more options available for travellers to eat and drink, despite the maintenance being carried out. However, my main concern in my experience at this airport was the treatment received from a member of staff, again in the Departures lounge. Our flight had been delayed, and we therefore decided to sit down for a while until our Gate was available. Having located what looked to be a waiting area in an array of empty seating sections throughout the lounges, we briefly stopped and sat down whilst sending a message to family back in the UK to advise them of our delay. After a few minutes, I was astounded to hear a loud shouting in my direction from an old female member of staff, very rudely shrieking at us, in front of other customers, that we were in a "wheelchair area". Her comments were "are you in wheelchair? No, then move! Never, in my years of travelling have I ever encountered such nasty, unnecessary and blatantly rude treatment towards me, as I did from this member of staff. I, obviously got up straight away, having realised my error in choosing a seat, and moved to a different area. But, having looked around at the area, in no place at all was it clear that this was, indeed a disabled area. There was merely just a table with leaflets, with the details for impaired mobility customers. I feel that some of the staff need to be re-trained in good Customer Service.