"no frills but essentials are there"
12 reviews Alain Kupferman (Thailand)
Nice airport, corresponding to the Chinese standard, no frills but essentials are there. If you fly international, no need to arrive early, as the check-in counter is opened just one hour before flight time. If you arrive early, it is difficult to find a seat. Not very friendly immigration people, but nice lounge with good wi-fi connection and unlimited Internet access. Plenty of outlets, to satisfy the western appetite (Starbucks, KFC, etc.)
|Experience At Airport||Arrival and Departure|
|Date Visit||October 2015|
|Type Of Traveller||Business|
Jinan Yaoqiang Airport customer review
Christian Kober (China)
Stuck in Jinan airport due to plane delay. Jinan airport on first impression is bright and modern. Yet among Chinese airports it surely must be rated as one of the worst. Passport check was quite inefficient and slow. This due to the security check which not only had very limited space meaning that passengers pile up waiting and bags pile up when leaving the x-ray. The check was unusually strict. As a frequent business traveller I always carry the same items yet here my bag was searched quite a bit and resubmitted for check. Once behind security there were limited facilities. Heating had been switched off so the airport was freezing cold. The coffee shops were simply disgusting with respect to their hygiene while the coffee was amazingly overpriced. Unlike most other airports in China Jinan does not provide free Wifi rather a fee version. Seating became rapidly limited as delays piled up. Lounges are quite grotty as well. No interesting shops at all. Try avoiding this airport.