SENIOR management of the Spanish Airports Authority (AENA) are to hold talks within two to four weeks time with the Balearic government over plans for restructuring of facilities at Palma airport.
Projects afoot include improving the commercial use of the airport installations and the development of its facilities as an interconnecting flight hub as already used by Air Berlin as a point for onward journeys to other international destinations.
Balearic president Francesc Antich was speaking yesterday about meetings he had held earlier in the day with AENA president Encarnación Vivanco and airport director Javier Martin. Antich was satisfied the encounter had acted as a prelude to further collaboration on developments at Palma's Son Sant Joan airport. Antich said that the aim of regional authorities in the Balearics is to participate in a joint venture management scheme with AENA as part of a programme proposed by the Central Government Ministry for Public Works.