When you are leaving Asturias you need to check in on the ground floor of the terminal building which is at the other end from arrivals. Once you clear security and passport control you can then head for the boarding gates. There are four on the ground floor and five on the upper level.
If you are returning a hire car then make sure you leave some extra time for the representative to check it over.
You can purchase tickets from easyJet, Iberia and Ryanair in the departures lounge where there are 14 check in desks with self-service check-in machines.
If you want to get something to eat and drink then La Pausa and Caffriccio are on the ground floor departures passenger only zone and Meal O'Clock is on the upper floor.
Shopping is pretty limited with just a Divers multi shop on the ground floor of the departures zone. It sells books, magazines and newspapers if you want to get something to read on the plane: chocolates and gifts. It is open from 06:30am-9:30 pm.
If you do want to purchase any duty free goods then you should do this before you get to to the airport.
By Linda Craik Google+