Melbourne Airport: You need to do better than this signage
And while I am in cranky-pants mode . . .
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How the hell am I meant to know what Qantas flight I’m catching – or even what gate I’m at with this kind of broken signage? (hint on gate number – look on far right of picture)
Besides the fact that the rest of the world has moved to a TV screen system rather than these archaic matrix light signs, an EK flight number is not much help to me.
I was about to board flight QF 474 between Melbourne and Sydney.
I had just disembarked from an Adelaide flight, with only a 25-minute connection.
Melbourne Airport – tired and broken
I’m not a native of Melbourne’s airport, so after a small silent panic that maybe there was a different Gate 7 at a different ‘Terminal’ (google maps you need to better on your airport maps and locations) that I should have been at, I searched for signage to confirm my flight.
Nothing doing. No display of QF flight number anywhere.
There was an announcement fortunately, that put my mind at rest. I took a seat and waited for boarding.