You have just finished that long-haul flight, and the thought of spending 6 or more hours in a transit lounge waiting for a connecting flight now confronts you. If you're dog tired, and you almost certainly are, then you would probably "kill" for a nice comfy lounge, bench, or even a seat (if you're a contortionist!) in which to have a quite hour or two of shut eye. While some airports seem to cater quite well for the sleep-deprived transit passenger (free showers, sleep lounges, clean and safe areas) other airports it seems are definitely best avoided. In "The guide to sleeping in Airports" Manilla International airport (terminal 1) was recently voted the least favourite airport for a sleepover. It cited reasons such as safety concerns, lack of comfortable seating, rude staff, hostile security, poor facilities, no (or few) services to pass the time, bribery, being kicked out at night or just general hassles of being in the airport. http://www.sleepinginairports.net/worst-airports.htm Now I have never been to Manilla, but for mine the worst airport would have to be Mumbai, followed closely by Moscow's Sheremetyevo airport. What do you think? In which airport would you least like to spend more than 6 hours in transit, or have an overnight sleepover? Or conversely, which would be your most favourable airport in this regard?