You leave Ibiza Airport from the departures section which is spread over two floors. The main hall is on the ground floor with all the check in desks and airline ticket sales offices for Air Berlin/Niki, Air Europa, Iberia and Spanair are based.
There is also a shop which is open 24 hours at the weekends in summer and an Aena information desk, while by the arrivals area there is a cafe which is open 24/7 during the summer and a handful of cash machines.
Once you hae checked in and cleared security and passport control you head for the first floor where you will find the duty free shops and plenty of places to get something to eat and drink ranging from fast food to a restaurant while you are waiting for your flight to b called.
There are twelve boarding gates and a wide selection of shops with a pharmacy for non-prescription drugs and a multi-denominational place of worship.
Disabled passengers can request assistance by going to one of three (sin barreras) contact points which are located on the ground floor - two by departures and one by the entrance. Other features for passengers with special needs include twelve disabled parking spaces in the car park opposite the terminal, specially adapted toilets, telephone booths and lifts with braille numbering.
By Linda Craik Google+