I am very disappointed in the way my ticket was checked when I was heading to Bucharest from Athens.
I had everything ready my boarding pass my passport and my visa.
Then the woman who was checking the tickets before we entered looked 2 seconds on my passport and said we have a problem we need to call the immigration. She started calling people and called her coworker, she didn't tell me what was going on! She didn't explain what was the problem, I asked her a couple of times what is the problem she just said we need to call the immigration.
I asked her one final time tell me the problem! Then she finally told me, but it turned out obviously she didnt read my visa correctly, there was nothing wrong with my visa or my ticket, the problem was she misread my visa!
Then she said oh I didn't see that sorry.
This took approximately 10 minutes.
Ok she apologized but it didn't sound sensere or honest.
I felt embarrassed and humiliated, specially when she kept saying we need to call the immigration like I am some kind of a criminal.
I was NOt treated the way customers should be treated.
She did not have to be rude in the first place, and she should have apologized in a decent manner wihout any attitude.
It would be great if you tell your employees to treat everyone with the same respect, and that they shouldn't descrinate against any nationality.
Just because I am from the middle east doesn't mean I should have a problem with my visa! And just because I am 22 doesn't mean I don't deserve a decent apology!
Thank you for having the time to read my complaint.
Flight was delayed over 2 hours. They don't announce anything on the speaker to keep you informed so we almost missed the flight altogether
The vouchers they gave us for our wait weren't offered until just before boarding so we spent cash and never used the vouchers.
I was unable to take the flight due to the coup. But everytime I call it can never speak to a real person and the one time I did they said they would get back to me and it's been over a week. What can I do to get a reimbursement???
In my electronic ticket there was no information about charges for luggage. I'd tried to access a site to learn about it but could not get it. At the airport I was told that I had to pay $50 (cash only) for a small suitcase I was checking in. I've found it dishonest.
The seats were very tight - no leg room.
Pretty good service from the crew. That's about it.
Some of the tiniest most uncomfortable seats I've been on. I did not realize that Aegean was a budget airline going to a third world country (Greece??!). Flight was late but they pretended that it wasn't (45 minutes)
Ethiopian Airlines need to get themselves better organised for how they line people up for boarding and make it clearer in the airport where people need to go and when; we headed to the gate waaaaay too early; very uncomfortable seating at gate 1 area.
Where are the movie screens for such a long flight???? 6 1/2 hours of a screaming baby makes for a very uncomfortable journey - also TURN OFF the lights sooner; when people are leaving at 1am; they aren't worried about seeing inside the cabin; they want to be sleeping!!!!
The boarding area staff were extremely helpful and immediately got me on an SAS flight to Heathrow to connect to a United Airlines flight to SFO. They also rushed my suitcase directly through to United.
That I didn't get a chance to actually fly on AirBerlin!
This is a rating for our entire experience which was awful. In our area you were unable to check in online or use a kiosk. That meant every person on the flight had to check in at the airport. There were no lines, no directions, just a mob at the desk. Once onboard the intercom went out during taxi. We had to turn around. No information was given as we sat on the taxiway. We finally took off late and again no information was given about connections. When we asked we were told "don't worry the Belgrade airport is small". luckily the flight from Belgrade to Athens was also late so we made the connection. Departing Athens was difficult as well. Online Air Serbia was showing our flight was cancelled due to a possible air traffic controller stike which did not happen. We called Air Serbia and were informed the flight was not cancelled. "Just show up at the airport" we were told. We showed up more than 2 hours early and waited in line to be told we were not in their system along with 2 other couples by a very curt airport employee. We waited an hour, despite all of us having proof of paid tickets. Again, no information was given. They finally confirmed the first leg, Athens to Belgrade but not the 2nd, Belgrade to Stuttgart. We waited again and finally were given boarding passes. We were not apologized to, offered an up grade or really afforded any customer service. One of the other couples discovered on their own, that due to the possible strike, Air Sebia had indeed cancelled everyone's bookings and "forgot" to re-enter some. Leaving Athens we were also late on take off. Again not given any information and barely made our connection to Stuttgart. At this time given our experience we could not recommend Air Serbia.
The food was good. The flight attendants weren't overly friendly but I didn't mind. No problem checking in or claiming my suitcase.
The flight boarded about 45 minutes late, and none of the employees at the desk at the gate bothered to tell anyone why, or when an estimated real boarding time would be. Flight was pretty warm as well, and seats were tight even for the 120 pound person I am. No entertainment, but they did show a map of where we were which was nice.
I arrived at the airport and learned that my flight was canceled. After waiting in line for over an hour, the agent rebooked my flights, with a five hour delay (originally supposed to arrive at 4:55 pm, now arriving at 10:30 pm). I requested some sort of compensation, such as good vouchers, but was denied.
I received a conformation email from Kayak at 6:00 am the day before my June 27th flight. My friend informed me the route from Stockholm to Dusseldorf is no longer being used as of late. I checked online to see the flight status and the flight number was non existent. I called Kayak to confirm and was told to call Air Berlin. After a collective 2 hour wait I never received an answer from their customer service department. I called Arlanda Airport and they confirmed this route is no longer used, and I was being transferred to SAS Airlines for the same time and different itinerary. This flight ended up delayed 3 1/2 hours and I did not leave until 4pm. I have currently been traveling for over 20 hours and have still not reached my destination. 100 kr was not able to accommodate the three meals I needed. I have also yet to receive any word from Air Berlin whatsoever. This has been the worst traveling experience I have ever had.
Even though TXL is a small airport, it is complicated to maneuver. My connection was in the same teriminal and only two gates away, but I had to exit the gate, find a departure information board at the entrance to the airport (because there was none inside of security and had not recieved any information about a gate change via email or SMS) and then enter through security again. This was a much more complicated process than it should have been to move only two gates downward for my connection.
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