Below are tables showing the UK airlines operating out of Reus Airport with their contact numbers and those of their ground handling agents, who you should contact in the event of your luggage being lost or damaged. They will ask you to complete a form with a holiday address so that hopefully your bags will turn up later that day or within 24 hours and be delivered to where you are staying.
If you leave anything on the plane then you should report this to your airline as it is their operatives who will find it and fill in a report before they hand it in. There is no lost property office at Reus Airport and items are taken to the Town Hall for safe keeping, which is also where you need go to collect it.
As you are dealing with one of the smaller Spanish airports it is likely that the worker will not speak English (unlike the larger airports of Madrid, Brcelona, Palma and Malaga where staff are multi-lingual). So rather than telephone it might be easier and much less frustrating to send an email which you can write in English and then run it through something like Google Translate to get it into Spanish before you send it off. The general email address for Reus Airport is firstname.lastname@example.org Or you can email your airline direct and find their details on your flight itinerary.
Remember that if you do decide to telephone and are dialling from the UK the country code 0034 should go in front of the numbers.
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|Airport Information||977 779 800|
|Lost Property||977 779 832|
|Tourist Office||977 772 204|
|Jet2.com||Jet2||902 881 269|
|Ryanair||Lesma||+44 871 2460011|