By Francisco Cortez

Palma’s Son Sant Joan airport was the pride of Spain’s Airport and Navigation authority last year, after reports showed it was the most profitable.

Palma.—According to reports published yesterday by the country’s main airport authority AENA, not only was Son Sant Joan  the most profitable out of all AENA’s airports but it is also one of the few that has no outstanding debts.
The airport netted almost 74 million euros in 2012, a 65% increase on the previous year.


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