Palma De Mallorca, also known as Son Sant Joan Airport or Aeroport de Son Sant Joan is one of the most preferred airports in Spain. This International Airport is situated at a distance of 8 km from the delight of the city centre, sitting adjacent to the small village of Can Pastilla. The airport sits over the Balearic Islands and is the third largest International Airport of Spain and hosted approximately 29.7 million passengers in the year 2019. Palma De Mallorca Airport is the main base for Air Europa, Ryanair etc.
The airport occupies an area of 6.3 km2 (2.4 sq mi) and due to the constant rise in the number of passengers that visit the city to witness the ultimate beauty throughout the year, the interior of this airport has undergone a major change and redecorated itself to look alluring. There are four terminals for the arrival and departure of the passengers, Terminal A and Terminal B and currently has four modules for the smooth functioning of the airport, Module A, B, C and Module D.
The airport is nothing less than a small vibrant city in itself and we don’t question why. From the WiFi with applauding speed to the ATM counters present on every floor and every section of the airport for your comfort, this airport simply has it all. There are numerous duty free shops to pick up some rare souvenirs for your loved ones, the restaurant and bars in the airport features some of the most mouth-drooling food from the city and assures to make a special corner in your heart for Spanish food. There are three VIP lounges situated in the Module B, C and D where you can relax and get a lavish feeling till the arrival of your flight.