The Zaragoza Airport terminal building for domestic and international flights is reached via a platform and 2 gates through to the reclaim hall which has three luggage reclaim carousels and one for special baggage.
If you have any problems with lost of damaged luggage the Iberia desk in the reclaim hall is where you go to report it.
As you leave this area you reach the arrivals lobby where the car hire desks and tourist information points are located.
You will also find a post box, a vending machine and ATMs in the arrivals lobby.
If someone is meeting you off the flight there is a self-service cafeteria in the public area on the first floor of departures where they can wait.
If you are planning on getting a bus into Zaragoza the stop is outside arrivals. The bus goes to Paseo Maria Agustín with stops at Plaza Imperial and the rail and and bus stations.
Or you can catch a taxi from the rank outside which costs between €15-25 depending on the time of day you are travelling.
There is no railway here but high speed AVE trains to cities including Madrid (75 minutes) and Barcelona (90 minutes) and local cercanias commuter trains operate from Zaragoza.
By Linda Craik Google+