After you have landed you leave the aircraft either via the airbridge on the first floor or you board a bus which takes you to luggage reclaim on the ground floor.
If your baggage does not arrive or is damaged Iberia and Spanair have desks where you can report it.
La Coruna handles passenger flights with Vueling Airlines from Barcelona, Madrid and Seville Airports in Spain. You can also fly in from Portugal with TAP Portugal and from London Heathrow with Vueling.
Because it is a small airport the landing and clearing customs process is usually pretty speedy.
When you leave the baggage reclaim and enter the public arrivals lobby you will see the hire car agencies lined up together along a wall where you go to collect your hire car.
If you are planning on catching public transport to your holiday destination there are no trains from the airport but there is a bus stop opposite arrivals with line 443 which runs to Puerto Real stopping in Vilaboa, Corveira, Portazgo, Alcampo, Avenida A Molina, Plaza de Orense and Casino.
The bus runs every day at 30 minute or hourly intervals depending on the time and day of the week.
There is also a taxi rank opposite arrivals which carry a supplement for an airport pick up of €3,57 on top of the fare which vary depending on whether they are urban or intercity and the time of day you are travelling.
By Linda Craik Google+