The bad weather has meant that Spanish and foreign airlines have been forced to reschedule their flights.
Passengers still stranded at Balearics airports.
Britons heading to the Balearics and Spain could be hit with delays and cancellations.
Palma's Son Sant Joan Airport had the third highest number of "incidents" between June and August last year.
Traffic jams due to this morning's weather conditions.
Air traffic delays in Europe more than doubled in the first five months of this year over 2017, according to European air traffic management body Eurocontro
Aena and the National Police are working together in resolving the issues and three steps are being taken.
It would appear that the second phase will not now commence until after the coming tourism season.
It is thought that delays in payments are linked to cancellations caused by insecurity elsewhere in the Mediterranean.
THE eleventh French air traffic controllers’ strike in three months caused flight delays and cancellations in the Balearics yesterday.
According to the Majorca Hoteliers Federation, obstacles at municipal level have been arising because of revisions to town halls' urban plans.
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