This is a tiny place it feels like being somewhere in the countryside. It's almost unbelievable that this place serves so many foreign passengers. The big advantage is of course that you don't have to walk very far check-in and boarding gates are close to each other. The downside is that there is absolutely nothing to do here if you have a spare hour. There are 2 or 3 small souvenir shops and about as many places to eat. The decor is non-existent and looks a bit old not the fanciest place you'll ever see. But they are efficient and things happened quickly because we had an early flight and it wasn't too busy. Just don't plan on wasting a few hours here or to eat here for that matter.