REUS AIRPORT - Your ultimate guide.
We love Reus airport, it's small, friendly and very clean, in fact its one of the cleanest Spanish airports we have used so far.
Nice to have free WiFi and there is also plenty of charging points, toilets were spotless.
Only one issue we would say is the eateries, not a massive choice, in fact just one land-side and one air-side.
Check-in seams seamless, 14 check-in desks but at times can get busy which is normal for a small airport.
Moving though security is quite quick, staff there seem very friendly and not stressed.
You can soon reach your boarding gates as the departure lounge at Reus is quite compact.
Duty free is only small so don't rely on getting something that may not be there.
Apart from Duty free, the airport only has 2 retail outlets. There is a shop called Divers, it's located close to the checkin desks, its sells a small selection of souvenirs, sweets and the likes. In the departure lounge is a retail outlet called Aldeasa which sells alcohol, cigarettes, perfumes, books and a variety of foods and souvenirs.
There is also a café bar close by the check-in area where you can buy assorted baguettes and snacks.
Its mainly used in the summer months by low coast airlines, Jet2.com, Ryanair, Easyjet and TUI airways but not in the winter months..
There are a number of ATMs dotted about the airport, at Reus you can request special assistance but is always better pre-booking before you arrive, this can also be requested with the airline when booking your flights.
Reus airport does have good signage and to be truthful you cannot get lost anyway as its that small, but it's ok.
If we had to give Reus airport a rating out of five we would probably give it 4 because it does seem well run, and as a result we feel the only thing letting itself down is more retail services but I suppose lacking in size adds to the reason why.