About Palma

Palma de Mallorca Airport is one of the bigest airport in Spain, The airport located 8 km east of Palma downtown.

Elegant, sophisticated and bathed in the light of the Mediterranean, the capital of the Balearic Islands is a fascinating blend of 2,000 years of Arab and Catalan cultural influences.

From the atmospheric cobbled streets of the Old Town and the ultra-elegant shopping boulevards, to the enchanting marina with luxury yachts on the edge of the paved Passeig de Maritim, the city is an open-air museum of architecture, with world-class museums and exquisite monuments. Next to this impressive scenery, the rich gastronomic tradition, the loud nightlife and the relaxed lifestyle of the Palmesanos come to further enhance the charm of this tiny part of the planet to millions of travelers around the world.

Travel with Aegean to Palma de Mallorca and discover the reasons that made this beautiful Mediterranean city the object of desire of legendary seafarers, conquerors, famous artists and representatives of the international jet set.

Palma Airport is codenamed IATA: PMI. It is located 8 km from the city of the same name and has two main terminals. They officially opened on April 12, 1997, although in fact they appeared in succession and the airport itself has almost a century of history. The airport is also known as Son Sant Joan, named after its architect. San São Joan is the gateway for the millions of tourists (more precisely, about 26 million tourists a year) who visit Mallorca.


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