The departures hall at Seville Airport is on the upper level of the airport and is a large airy space that is nice and cool in the summer. When I first went to the airport the hall almost felt as if it was too big for the airport! The departures area also has a VIP lounge if you want to relax or work in an uncrowded air conditioned area with comfortable seating offering television, refreshments, newspapers and internet connection.
In total there are 42 check in desks and you will find all the usual shops and information desks. There are two or three sets of toilets, an information desk, a Relay newsagents, a couple of local Spanish produce/gift shops, a chemist, gifts and accessories shops and two different Cafe-Cafes which charge about €3.50 for a coffee and €4.50 for a cake.
After you have checked in and gone through passport control and security you can also buy hot and cold snacks and duty free goods in the passenger only area. The main shop is Aldeasa and it sells everything from perfumes to cigarettes.
You might also choose to buy a snack to take on the plane as although the prices are not cheaper in the airport, the range of sandwich fillings, cakes, etc, are much wider than those offered on the flight.
When it is time to board you will go from here to one of the eight boarding lounges where you will embark either via a finger or an airport passenger bus.
By Linda Craik Google+