Spanish airport authority AENA announced yesterday that 23 million flight seats are going to be available in and out of Palma this summer.The figures represent an increase of 0.9 percent in comparison to last year and the biggest growth is going to be witnessed in the domestic market, notthe international sector.
According to AENA, the number of seats available on domestic airlines to Palma is going to be around five million  this summer,  14.5 percent more  than last year.
The number of flight movements Palma’s Son San Joan airport  will handle is also going to rise by 2.8 percent to 132,000.
The market showing the second highest increase, after the domestic market, is Austria.
Some 486,000 seats will be available onboard flights to and from Austria this summer, 6.6 percent more than last year  while the French market has also increased its  flight capacity to nearly 730,000 seats, 5.4 percent up on last season.
This summer, Palma will be served by a total of 308 air routes.
259 of those will be between European destinations, 46 will be connections to the mainland and three will be direct flights to Africa.