Palma airport

Aena reports that there were 28.84 million passengers between January and September this year.


Passenger numbers at Palma's Son Sant Joan Airport for the first nine months of the year show a 3.1% increase compared with January to September last year. The airports authority Aena reports that there were 28.84 million passengers over the nine-month period; the figure is for arrivals and departures. The number of flights was very slightly down - by 0.2% to 178,313.

In September there was a 0.2% rise in passenger numbers to a total of 3.77 million. Three million of these passengers were on non-domestic air routes. There were 1.32 million German passengers, a fall of 1.1%, and 786,304 British, which represented a decrease of 1.5%. Flights were down 3.5% to 25,718.

Nationally there were just under 214 million passengers at Spanish airports, a rise of 4.8%. The September figure was 27.1 million, an increase of 3.4% compared with last year. Adolfo Suárez Madrid-Barajas had the most passengers in September, 5.5 million, followed by Barcelona-El Prat with 5.1 million and then Palma.


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