Mallorca Airport Arrivals (PMI)

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Origin Airline Flight no. Scheduled Est./Actual Status
Leeds (LBA) Jet2 LS237 08:00 Scheduled
Muenster Osnabrueck (FMO) Lauda Europe FR7281 08:05 19:36 Landed
Luxembourg (LUX) Luxair LG619 08:05 19:59 Landed
Menorca (MAH) Swiftair WT111 08:05 Scheduled
Bristol (BRS) Ryanair FR8234 08:10 Scheduled
Copenhagen (CPH) Norwegian D83666 08:10 Scheduled
Cologne (CGN) Eurowings EW586 08:10 Scheduled
Karlsruhe Baden Baden (FKB) Ryanair FR5184 08:10 Delayed
Stuttgart (STR) Eurowings EW2586 08:10 Scheduled
Cat Island (CAT) VistaJet H5632 08:16 Scheduled
Dresden (DRS) Eurowings EW6803 08:20 Scheduled
Madrid (MAD) Air Europa UX6097 (8) 08:20 Scheduled
Madrid (MAD) Aerolineas Argentinas AR7320 08:20 Scheduled
Madrid (MAD) Aeromexico AM6814 08:20 Scheduled
Madrid (MAD) Air France AF4802 08:20 Scheduled
Madrid (MAD) Etihad Airways EY4372 08:20 Scheduled
Madrid (MAD) ITA Airways AZ2423 08:20 Scheduled
Madrid (MAD) KLM KL3333 08:20 Scheduled
Madrid (MAD) Kuwait Airways KU6077 08:20 Scheduled
Madrid (MAD) Turkish Airlines TK9388 08:20 Scheduled
Bilbao (BIO) Iberojet E91134 08:22 Scheduled
Menorca (MAH) Iberia Regional IB8487 08:25 Scheduled
Paris (ORY) Vueling VY6950 (1) 08:25 Scheduled
Paris (ORY) Iberia IB5652 08:25 Scheduled
Hanover (HAJ) Eurowings EW6853 08:30 Scheduled
Manchester (MAN) Ryanair FR3445 08:30 Scheduled
Birmingham (BHX) Jet2 LS1287 08:35 Scheduled
Ibiza (IBZ) Iberia Regional IB8537 08:35 Scheduled
Prague (PRG) Czech Airlines QS1164 (1) 08:35 Scheduled
Prague (PRG) Czech Airlines OK4706 08:35 Scheduled
Madrid (MAD) Iberia Express IB3920 (6) 08:50 Scheduled
Madrid (MAD) Avianca AV6002 08:50 Scheduled
Madrid (MAD) British Airways BA7160 08:50 Scheduled
Madrid (MAD) LATAM Airlines LA5446 08:50 Scheduled
Madrid (MAD) Qatar Airways QR6998 08:50 Scheduled
Madrid (MAD) Royal Air Maroc AT5387 08:50 Scheduled
Madrid (MAD) Vueling VY5209 08:50 Scheduled
London (STN) Ryanair FR1202 08:55 Scheduled
Nantes (NTE) Transavia TO4812 08:55 Scheduled
Eindhoven (EIN) Lauda Europe FR3532 09:00 Delayed
Manchester (MAN) Jet2 LS869 09:00 Scheduled
Ibiza (IBZ) Swiftair WT104 09:05 Scheduled
Menorca (MAH) Swiftair WT221 09:05 Scheduled
Amsterdam (AMS) Vueling VY2902 (1) 09:10 Scheduled
Amsterdam (AMS) Qatar Airways QR3529 09:10 Scheduled
Derby (EMA) Ryanair FR6601 09:15 Delayed
London (LGW) easyJet U28089 09:15 Scheduled
Bremen (BRE) Eurowings EW6829 09:20 Delayed
Cologne (CGN) Ryanair FR8664 09:25 Scheduled
London (LGW) British Airways BA2672 (1) 09:30 Scheduled
London (LGW) Iberia IB7669 09:30 Scheduled
Hahn (HHN) Ryanair FR4212 09:30 Delayed
Madrid (MAD) Ryanair FR2775 09:30 Scheduled
Barcelona (BCN) Vueling VY3918 (2) 09:35 Scheduled
Barcelona (BCN) Iberia IB5459 09:35 Scheduled
Barcelona (BCN) Qatar Airways QR3794 09:35 Scheduled
Eindhoven (EIN) Transavia HV6511 09:35 Scheduled
Ibiza (IBZ) Iberia IB8525 09:35 Scheduled
Alicante (ALC) Vueling VY3936 (1) 09:55 Scheduled
Alicante (ALC) Iberia IB5477 09:55 Scheduled
Barcelona (BCN) AlbaStar LAV5912 09:57 Scheduled
Cologne (CGN) Eurowings EW590 10:00 Scheduled
Hanover (HAJ) Eurowings EW6861 10:00 Cancelled
Dublin (DUB) Ryanair FR9187 10:00 Scheduled
Barcelona (BCN) Smartwings QS2429 10:10 Scheduled
Menorca (MAH) Swiftair WT7888 (1) 10:10 Scheduled
Menorca (MAH) Air Europa UX2065 10:10 Scheduled
Malaga (AGP) Vueling VY3150 (2) 10:15 Scheduled
Malaga (AGP) Iberia IB5295 10:15 Scheduled
Malaga (AGP) Qatar Airways QR5530 10:15 Scheduled
London (STN) Cavok Air CVK7034 10:17 Scheduled
Bergamo (BGY) Ryanair FR5655 10:20 Scheduled
Barcelona (BCN) Vueling VY3920 (1) 10:25 Scheduled
Barcelona (BCN) Iberia IB5461 10:25 Scheduled
Geneva (GVA) easyJet U27286 10:25 Scheduled
Manchester (MAN) easyJet U27270 10:40 Scheduled
Manises (VLC) Ryanair FR7372 10:40 Scheduled
Menorca (MAH) Iberia Regional IB8509 10:40 Scheduled
Barcelona (BCN) Air Europa UX6103 (3) 10:45 Scheduled
Barcelona (BCN) AirSERBIA JU7447 10:45 Scheduled
Barcelona (BCN) Etihad Airways EY4303 10:45 Scheduled
Barcelona (BCN) KLM KL3363 10:45 Scheduled
Paris (ORY) Transavia TO4720 10:45 Scheduled
Bordeaux (BOD) Ryanair FR6550 10:50 Scheduled
Berlin (BER) easyJet U27336 10:50 Scheduled
Barcelona (BCN) Ryanair FR6362 11:05 Scheduled
Madrid (MAD) Air Europa UX6049 (4) 11:05 Scheduled
Madrid (MAD) Aeromexico AM6819 11:05 Scheduled
Madrid (MAD) Air France AF4804 11:05 Scheduled
Madrid (MAD) Etihad Airways EY4323 11:05 Scheduled
Madrid (MAD) KLM KL3349 11:05 Scheduled
Luton (LTN) easyJet U22333 11:10 Scheduled
Bristol (BRS) easyJet U27268 11:25 Scheduled
Bilbao (BIO) Vueling VY3932 (1) 11:30 Scheduled
Bilbao (BIO) Iberia IB5473 11:30 Scheduled
Bucharest (OTP) Ryanair FR3420 11:30 Scheduled
Stockholm (ARN) Norwegian D85601 11:35 Scheduled
Billund (BLL) Ryanair FR8497 11:35 Scheduled
Barcelona (BCN) Vueling VY3922 (1) 11:35 Scheduled
Barcelona (BCN) Iberia IB5463 11:35 Scheduled
Malaga (AGP) Ryanair FR5730 11:40 Scheduled
Sevilla (SVQ) Vueling VY3943 (1) 11:40 Scheduled
Sevilla (SVQ) Iberia IB5484 11:40 Scheduled
Ibiza (IBZ) Iberia Regional IB8539 11:50 Scheduled

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Flight Arrivals at Mallorca Airport

Mallorca Airport is one of Europe's busiest airports, especially in summer, when hundreds of thousands of visitors surge to Spain for their annual holidays. Last year Mallorca Airport handled more than 27 passengers. Mallorca Airport is the third largest airport in Spain, only Madrid and Barcelona's airports have a greater capacity.

Mallorca Airport is situated just 8 kilometers/5 miles east of Palma, the capital of Mallorca. The Balearics airport is also known as Son Sant Joan Airport. The airport's official IATA code is PMI. The Aena Group, which is responsible for the management of Mallorca Airport, is the fourth largest air navigation services company in Europe.

Spain is the world's 4th most visited country and has remained a favourite holiday destination with tourists from Britain, Scandinavia, Germany and France despite the global recession. Mallorca and the other Balearic Islands, the lively Costa Blanca, the glamorous Costa del Sol and Murcia with the more sedate Costa Calida are as popular as ever.

Many international airlines offer flights to Mallorca Airport, with Air Europa and Air Berlin being perhaps the largest in terms of passenger numbers, but Ryanair, AlbaStar and Orbest Orizonia Airlines are also used by arrivals at Mallorca Airport to visit their second homes or to come for a short holiday, where they can enjoy the sun and have fun at the fine white sandy beaches or go hiking in the wonderful mountain ranges on the island.

Equipped to handle up to 25 million passengers per year, which equates to roughly 12,000 passengers per hour, the airport has several modules, or passenger terminals. Arrivals at Mallorca Airport come into four different modules that make up the terminal buildings. The four modules, A, B, C and D are undergoing constant updating and expansion, since by 2015 it is hoped the airport will be able to handle several more million arrivals and departures.

Module D is mainly used for flights between Spain and the rest of Europe, while terminal or module A deals mostly with domestic air travel.

Mallorca Airport arrivals might come on flights with Brussels Air, BMI-baby, Flybe, Finnair, Germanwings, Lufthansa, Ryanair, Jet2, or Vueling from domestic airports like Barcelona, Madrid or Bilbao, while international destinations like London-Stansted, Manchester, Düsseldorf or Paris bring visitors from the rest of the world.

Arrivals at Mallorca Airport won't find a business center in the terminals, but all other modern amenities are there for their convenience: banking facilities with ATM's, car hire stations from several major car rental companies, currency exchange bureaus, a café, snack bar and restaurant for dining and three VIP lounges that offer some basic business services like conference facilities, faxing and copying services.

Arrivals at Mallorca Airport will find the buildings are barrier-free, allowing passengers with mobility issues or disabled passengers to have full access to all parts of the arrivals and departure halls. Information desks offer passengers assistance and information, should they require help, when they arrive at the airport.

Getting to Mallorca Airport is easy by road from Palma and the Island's resorts. Parking is located just opposite the terminals, providing some 5,700 parking spaces for passengers and visitors.

The airport has no train station, but transfers by bus or taxis as well as car rental are available. There are two bus lines, service 21 and route 1, linking Mallorca Airport with Palma and the resorts, but the bus services also halt at the main train station in Palma, namely at the Estació Intermodal. A metro train line serves Palma and its suburbs as well as destinations further afield.

Buses and taxis can be found just outside the arrivals hall, opposite the main car park building. Car rental stations are conveniently situated in the arrivals hall and on the ground floor of the car park.

Car hire at Mallorca Airport is offered by a number of well-known car rental companies. Arrivals at Mallorca Airport can choose their vehicle from the fleets of Avis, Budget, Europcar, Hertz, Sixt and National, as well as from local companies like Auriga Crown, Centauro, Goldcar, Marbesol and Record Rent a Car.

During the summer car hire is very popular and it is best to book well in advance of your visit to avoid disappointment on the day of your arrival. Hiring a car is quick and convenient as all the aforementioned companies have websites, where passengers can choose a vehicle before they arrive in Spain.

Just south of Mallorca Airport visitors will find the traditional towns of Can Pastilla and Las Maravillas, while golfers might like to head west, where a new golf course has been built at Son Ferriol.

Most Mallorca Airport arrivals will probably first head to their guesthouses and hotels to freshen up before hitting the nightlife with bars, restaurants and cafes offering refreshing glasses of ice cold sangria or a pint of lager. The next morning, there are the Mediterranean Sea, the fine sandy beaches, the golf courses, the beautiful cathedral in Palma, the Royal Palace, the historic monuments, the churches, castles and pre-historic caves to explore and admire!

For further information about Mallorca Airport, please visit the official airport website at www.aena.es

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