The number of private jet flights departing and arriving from Son Sant Joan airport in Palma slumped by 25 percent this year compared with 2013.
Spanish airport authority AENA revealed yesterday that so far they can not explain the reason behind the decline, only that the number of passengers travelling this way has also gone down.
Up until October 2014, a total of 62 passengers and 44 flight operations were registered compared with the 130 and 71 from the previous year.
While 80 percent of the flights arrived from Barcelona and Madrid, a usual stopover for many jets before heading to Majorca, the remaining 20 percent came directly from Great Britain, France, Switzerland, Germany, United States, Belgium, Austria, Saudi Arabia, Czech republic, Turkey, Nigeria, Russia, Denmark, Portugal and Italy.


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