The arrivals building is labelled with the word 'Arribades' which means 'Arrivals' in Catalan. The departures building says 'Sortides', which is Catalan for 'Departures'.
Oficina de Turisme de l'Aeroport de Reus
43204 Reus, España.
Tel: +34 97 777 2204
Car parkingCar Parking Near To Tourist Office
If you have a GPS in your car then you will need Reus Airport's postcode which is E-43200
The information desk have a really useful guide book to the airport available in English. It is called 'Airport Timetable Guide' and it lists all the flight arrival and departure times. It also has information about the facilities in the airport and contact telephone numbers for all the departments at Reus Airport.
The airport has 2 shops. The first is Aldeasa in the departures lounge. This sells alcohol, cigarettes, perfumes, books and a variety of foods and souvenirs. The second is called Divers and is near the check-in desks. It sells sweets and souvenirs.
There is also a café bar in the check-in area where you can buy baguettes and snacks.
There's a travel agency in the airport called Terravision España.
Tel: +34 97 730 2155
Operating Hours: Monday - Sunday: 07:00 - 17:00.
Tel: +34 97 777 8426
Alternatively, separate lost property numbers for different airline carries:
RyanAir Lost Luggage:
Tel: +34 90 258 5230
There is first aid available in the departures terminal.
Tel: +34 97 777 9843
Cash point machines are available in both arrivals and departures halls.
There are several car hire companies based at Reus airport follow the link below for more information.
There is parking for 444 cars next to the airport.
Outside the departures area is a play area for children.
There are lots of taxis outside the arrivals hall, and you'll also find public buses opposite. You can travel on public transport into Reus centre, to Barcelona, and to various locations on the coast of the Costa Dorada and to Tarragona.
I spoke to a member of staff from the airport and he told me that disabled travellers will always receive assistance if requested. You should just ask at the information desk when you arrive at the airport. He told me it isn't absolutely necessary to request wheelchairs in advance. However to be sure of receiving assistance you can call the airport information desk who would be happy to help you. There are information desks both in Departures and Arrivals halls.
Reus Airport Tourist Information
Tel: +34 97 777 2204
The link below will take you to an online map of the airport. This map is not the most user-friendly map in the world and you will need to play around with it for a while to work out how to use it. Look at the two links at the top left of the map Named "Recinto Aeroportuario" and "Terminales". Click on either of these text links to see different map layouts. Then click on the symbols at the top of the map to see their locations in the airport.