Penza airport passengers quizzed why they should cross airway to plane by foot
Penza, 2 September 2015. PenzaNews. A group of passengers who used the services of the Penza airport to fly South and back expressed their indignancy over having to traverse the distance from the airport building to the plane on foot instead of using a dedicated bus by the airport borders.
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“Of course we were surprised with such ‘service.’ On the one hand, it was nice to walk in the off-limits airport zone and make some photos there. By the way, if you walk far ahead of the column, you can just as well imagine walking to your own plane that flies wherever you desire,” one of the passengers jested about the situation to PenzaNews agency on Wednesday, September 2.
He also suggested that the airport bus may be broken, or that “the administration saves money on the driver and gas.”
“I flied from Moscow to Saratov recently. A regional flight, a small plane. But we had even much better service than using the bus – we walked through the boarding bridge. But here in Penza walking across the fly lanes is usual stuff,” the speaker said.