Spanish airport authority AENAwill next week introduce a new fast lane through security at Palma’s Son San Joan airport.
Palma.—The airlines are currently negotiating with Spanish airport authority AENA the use of Palma airport’s new fast lane through security which is due to come in operation from next Tuesday. The main objective is to offer passengers a quick alternative to the current time consuming zig-zag security filter process, but it will come at a cost. As far as AENA is concerned, it only wants 1.5 euros from the airlines per passengers, however, the airlines have been given carte blanche to charge their clients what they like. AENA has given the airlines leeway to do what they wish with the fast lane. Carriers could decide to limit the fast lane’s use to only their VIPor business/First Class passengers at no extra charge or introduce a new levy for passengers wishing to pass through security as quickly and comfortably as possible.