Are you travelling to Mallorca on the inaugural 2023 flight from New York to Palma? If you are, send us a selfie of you at Newark Airport waiting to board your Mallorca flight.
Good morning America! A warm welcome to Mallorca
Flight arrives Friday morning at Palma Airport
Also in Holiday
- Final touches to Rafa Nadal and Mery Perelló's spectacular home in Porto Cristo
- Award-winning British actress braves the weather at home in Mallorca
- A Place in the Sun star gives Mallorca a shining endorsement
- The seven euro supermarket anti-wrinkle cream which is causing a sensation
- Scoff your ham and cheese sandwich before landing in Mallorca
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The Tourist tax was for sustainable tourism, conserving the environment and to make tourism more sustainable, I am not sure that a return flight from New York to Palma emitting 3,500 Kg of Co2 compared with a flight from London emitting 725 Kg of Co2 is actually conserving the environment. Obviously the plan is to remove all short haul flights and replace them with long haul flights and the sustainability and conservation of the environment goes out of the window. For every long haul flight it will need to replace five short haul flights, however with daily flights from New York through the summer months this only adds to increasing the number of tourists to the island and contributing to global warming. With Jet2 announcing more flights to Majorca next year does it not seem that a reduction in flights to the island is not on the cards. (Jet2 announces big expansion plan at London airport with more flights to Mallorca).