Once again, Juba International Airport has been named the Worst Airports in Africa according to sleepinginairports.net survey. The airport has attracted fervent criticism from travellers subjected to spend time here. Tiny terminals are likened to “mosh pit saunas” with questionable and often-unpredictable security processes. Staff are too often criticised for being anything from inefficient to corrupt, depending on where you go, and who you get. When using these airports, you’ll want to double-down on patience since you’ve got a near guarantee that you’ll leave hot and tired.
In 2016, Juba International Airport was voted the worst Airport in Africa.
Here are the Top 10 Worst Airports in Africa based on overall airport experience, as determined by voters in 2017 Airport Survey.
- Juba International Airport, South Sudan (JUB)
- Port Harcourt International Airport, Nigeria (PHC)
- Nouakchott International Airport, Mauritania (NKC)
- Douala International Airport, Cameroon (DLA)
- N’Djamena International Airport, Chad (NDJ)
- Dar-es-Salaam Julius Nyerere International Airport, Tanzania (DAR)
- Zanzibar Abeid Amani Karume International Airport, Tanzania (ZNZ)
- Lomé–Tokoin Airport, Togo (LFW)
- Lagos Murtala Muhammed International Airport, Nigeria (LOS)
- Marrakesh Menara Airport, Morocco (RAK)