Airport arrivals

The arrivals halls of Gran Canaria Airport are located at the following points:

When you disembark from the plane, please follow the signs to Passport Control (if necessary) and to the baggage reclaim hall and Customs.

Immigration and passports

After disembarking, if your flight was from a country outside the Schengen area, you must go through Passport Control.

You can find more information on the requirements for entry to Spain online at Ministry of Foreign Affairs, European Union and Cooperation New Window

Baggage reclaim

After leaving the plane, please follow the signs to the baggage reclaim hall assigned to your flight. Once you are in the appropriate hall, if you checked in luggage at the airport you left from, look at the screens to see which baggage reclaim carousel has been assigned to your flight .

Gran Canaria Airport has two baggage reclaim halls on the ground floor of the terminal.

If luggage is lost or damaged, please go to the desk of your airline or handling agent


Located in the baggage reclaim halls for domestic and international flights.

If coming from a country outside the European Union, you must decide whether you are carrying goods which need to be declared, and go through airport Customs. Some examples of products which must be declared are food, high-value electronics, cash over 10,000 euros, etc. If in doubt, the best option is to ask at Customs.

For further information, visit the European Commission website New Window

Shops and restaurants at arrivals

In the baggage reclaim area for domestic and internacional flights there is a Canariensis shop where you can buy perfumes, cosmetics, food, drinks and other items, and in the arrivals lobby there is a cafeteria, La Tropical. In the inter-island arrivals area there is another cafeteria, Surf Cross.

Car hire

Do you need to hire a car? Go to the car hire company desks in the arrivals hall for domestic and international flights.

Rent a car desks