Extensive queues, jam-packed terminals and high-priced car parking prices have led to Belfast International being regarded as the worst airport of the UK in a study published by consumer magazine. The approval score of 42% was given by the customers, saying it was “in poor shape”, “short-staffed” and had a poor outline.
It came simply behind London Luton on 43% and Manchester T3 on 47%.
By complexity “comfortable” Doncaster Sheffield came at the top, trailed by Birmingham and Heathrow’s Terminal 5.
In April and May this year, 4,499 individuals were studied around 6,237 air terminal encounters as far as fulfillment.
Individuals could make reference to up to four encounters, and an air terminal would possibly be incorporated on the off chance that it got in excess of 30 reactions, with the outcomes at that point weighted.
Of the 4,499 individuals who participated in the review, 68 of them concentrated on Belfast International. The air terminal recognized travelers had confronted issues during the previous year and a half, however said fulfillment had improved since the study.
The investigation occurred soon after the air terminal financed more than £1m in its security, expanding security tracks following a very long time of grumblings about long delays.