There will be capacity reductions, and as such they blow a mighty hole in the government's ambitions for public transport.
These so-called gold visas are given for property purchases which otherwise have nothing to do with investment in productive sectors.
Overnight stays by foreign tourists in the Balearics fell by 1.6%.
Despite the uncertainties caused by Brexit, the number of seats has risen by some 350,000.
In price terms, all-inclusives in the Balearics find it virtually impossible to compete with hotels in Egypt and Turkey.
2,918 owners asked where they should ideally drop anchor.
Tourist numbers will be similar to those in 2018.
More British tourists ar coming on holiday to the Balearics than Germans and that is despite a lower pound and Brexit.
The Central Government Delegate in the Balearics, Rosario Sanchez, said yesterday that the Spanish Constitution needed to be altered to embrace the changes in Spanish society
“Flood risks are expected to increase in the future as a consequence of climate change."
Property prices in the Balearics rose by four per cent in the space of 12 months, according to official figures released yesterday.
One of the largest super yachts in the world is cruising the Balearic waters.
The service sector is driving the fall in unemployment although construction industry still struggling.
A 10 million euros project was unveiled yesterday to help stimulate sales of electric vehicles.
It is not only French air traffic controllers who are taking industrial action, controllers in Barcelona have until Friday to decide whether to strike or not.
The containment policy means that only infected trees are cut down. Eradication would mean the potential loss of thousands of trees.
Madrid, Catalonia and the Balearics have been the three regions driving the recovery in the property market.