A seaplane at Puerto Pollensa, Majorca. Archive photo. | G.A.
The regional director for ports observation that there doesn’t appear to be space to accommodate civilian seaplanes in Puerto Pollensa shouldn’t come as any great surprise. Where and how would they be moored? This was a question raised when, a few weeks ago, the Majorcan Aeronautical Foundation, which has been behind the initiative for a seaplanes training centre, had intimated that there was something of a green light for it from two authorities - the Air Safety Agency and the ministry of defence.