The airport structure itself isn't well laid out, the signage isn't clear all the time, and there are instances where you pass through security and then when switching to another terminal (if you don't take the "exact right hallway") you find yourself needing to go through security again.
The rental car area isn't centralized like in other cities (Dallas or Indianapolis) and if you don't catch the right bus you can find yourself really behind schedule.
Overall this airport is serviceable, but nothing more.
20-plus year background in pre-media and print. Often called upon for training, presentations and to provide on-site consulting throughout the industry on diverse range of topics, including PDF, color management, digital printing, social media and web-to-print implementation. Contributes articles to industry publications as well as social media venues and pens white papers, case studies, and research reports. Co-author of several books, including The PDF Print Production Guide (1st,2nd and 3rd edition), the Web-to-Print Primer and the forthcoming Field Guide to Social Media.
- Point Park UniversityJournalism and Communications, 2014