Santiago de Compostela Airport Arrivals

Santiago–Rosalía de Castro Airport

Address: 15820 Santiago de Compostela, A Coruña, Spain
IATA airport code: SCQ
ICAO airport code: LEST
Alias: Lavacolla Airport and Santiago de Compostela Airport

SCQ arrivals today

About Santiago–Rosalía de Castro Airport arrivals

The autonomous region of Galicia has three airports, of which Santiago de Compostela Airport is the largest. You can check out our above live schedule of the Santiago–Rosalía de Castro airport arrivals. The first Santiago airport arrivals took place in 1937. More than 30 years later, a new terminal was built with several expansions in the following years.

You will reach the airport via exit 67 of the Autopista AP-9 (Autopista del Atlántico) and the N-634. The airport is located in Lavacolla which is 7 miles from the Santiago de Compostela. 

Santiago–Rosalía de Castro Airport Terminal

The terminal kept up with Santiago arrivals until 2011. It was then taken over by a new terminal. The new terminal is the only one at the airport. It has 22 check-in counters and 4 baggage claim carousels for the SCQ airport arrivals. These carousels are divided into two parts for Schengen and Non-Schengen flights. There are more expansions to the terminal in the future.

Available Airlines and destinations

There are a number of airlines that mainly serve as seasonal charter flights. However, these also offer flights all year round. The most seen airlines with Santiago flight arrivals are Aer Lingus, Air Europa, Easyjet, Iberia, Lufthansa, Ryanair, TAP Air Portugal and Vueling. These offer flights that mainly stay within Spain.

The most important arrivals with Santiago de Cuba airport are Madrid, Barcelona and Palma de Mallorca. There are also regular flights from Malaga, Alicante, Gran Canaria, Valencia, Lanzarote, Seville, Bilbao, and Tenerife North. There are also flights to other countries in Europe. Think of Santiago – Rosalía de Castro arrivals from Geneva, London Stansted, Basel, Malta, Paris Charles de Gaulle, Bergamo Milan, Schiphol Amsterdam, Ciampino Milan, Orly Paris and Dublin.


The airport is growing steadily in an undulating movement with a high of 2,903,427 passengers in 2019. By 2020, this has dropped to only 935,394 passengers. Fortunately, the figures in 2021 already show growth in arrivals.