Review of Enfidha-Hammamet International Airpor from 27 April 2012
(updated on 6 May 2012
Brand spanking new, and not yet running to its full capacity, this is a good "holiday" airprot. High points include cleanliness and a good duty free shop ( e.g. a pack of five Romeo y Julieta No2 , probably £15-£20 per cigar in London, 35 Euros for the pack here). Downsides are the slight air of organised chaos; - lots of people in uniforms ( doing what ?), whiney porters looking for a handout, and often long and unnecessary queues at gates. Also, be careful to ensure that you retain all your visa info from arrival _right up until you hit passport control on your way home_; it's not unknown for check-in staff to take it, and you'll just have to fill in the forms again ( only with a queue of irritated people behind you).