Palma de Mallorca airport, Son Sant Joan, will be one of the engines of the airlines’ economic recovery this winter as it will receive 15% more passengers than in the same period in 2019, AENA reported, a total of 6,600. 000. Eivissa, meanwhile, will rise 25% and Menorca will grow 19%.

The airlines have programmed 108.8 million seats in the airports of the Aena network for the winter season, representing an increase of 4.2% compared to the seats in the winter season of 2019, before the start of the pandemic.

In the domestic market, the offer of seats increased a total of 9%, with more than 41 million seats destined for Spanish airports, while, in the international market, the increase was 1%, with 67.4 million of seats.

After Spain, the countries where airlines have offered a greater number of seats for the winter season 2021 are the United Kingdom, with 12.4 million (-5%); Germany, with 9.6 (5%); and Italy, with 6.6 (12%).

Palma airport after its extension. Photo: AENA