Palma's Son Sant Joan Airport had the third highest number of "incidents" between June and August last year.
British tour industry leaders are urging the government to implement “simple changes” that do not require a parliamentary vote to speed up a resolution to the surge in holiday illness claims, as the boss of one consortium warned the high rise in such claims could put travel companies “out of business”.
The president of the hoteliers federation for Ibiza and Formentera says that the majority of hoteliers cut their relationships with Low Cost three years ago because it was a bad payer.
Some 20,000 British tourists have been left with trying to solve how payments are to be made to hotels and with filing claims with the Balearic government.
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