A view of the closed La Palma Airport

Passangers wait at the closed La Palma Airport, as flights are suspended due to the accumulation of ash, on the Canary Island of La Palma, Spain September 25, 2021. REUTERS/Nacho Doce SPAIN-VOLCANO/AIRPORT

01-11-2021NACHO DOCE

Mallorca´s tourism boss Andreu Serra told the Bulletin:

“Next year, a large number of hoteliers have signed up to our plan to open in February and remain open well into the winter, if not staying open all year. That is our plan for the future,” Serra explained.

“Majorca has always been known for its glorious beaches and weather, but the island has so much more to offer, and tourists are much more active, adventurous and curious than they used to be.

https://www.majorcadailybulletin.com/enjoy-majorca-365/holiday-time-mallorca/2021/10/29/91799/want-the-british-come-home-majorca.html

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Marvin / Hace 3 months

Better tell the airlines this because they won’t be flying if there aren’t enough punters. Just being open doesn’t mean they’ll come. Low cost sunshine holiday in Feb? Go Canaries. People who are more adventurous won’t see Mallorca as an adventure unless there is considerable promotion and marketing to attract them. Let’s see.

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