Seville is a modern three storey airport which has one baggage reclaim hall for domestic and international flights, with eight baggage reclaim carousels
Once you leave the plane via the air bridge you walk down a ramp which takes you into a hall which eventually takes you to passport control and then the baggage reclaim hall. If your luggage does not arrive or is damaged do not leave the hall before you report this to your airline's baggage handler. They will ask you to complete form with your holiday address so that they can deliver the bags to you as soon as they turn up.
If the plane is parked away from the terminal passengers are bussed to the terminal building which you enter via two gates. When you have picked up your bags and cleared customs you get to the arrivals lounge where you will find the car hire desks lined up against the wall, baggage information, the Aena information desk, a cafe and the local tourist office.
The arrivals hall is a windowless, long narrow building that feels like it is underground. Although this paints a depressing picture you will be glad of the shade and coolness of the arrivals hall if you land here during the summer months.
If you plan to travel by public transport and catch a bus or get a taxi to your holiday destination then you will find the stops and rank opposite the arrivals hall. If you are hiring a car, the desk for your rental agency is in the public arrivals hall and if you have prebooked a private transfer the driver will be waiting for you in arrivals.
By Linda Craik Google+