The revived cup is scheduled for next September.
The aim is to revive the Schneider Cup, which was held between 1911 and 1931.
From what one can make out, it is in fact a renaming for the Splash-In, designed to give that event added incentive.
The Spanish Air Safety Agency will have the final say in authorising civilian planes.
The military base in Puerto Pollensa was opened to the public so they could see planes close-up.
Pollensa town hall is completely opposed to the seaplanes' plan.
Responsibilities for regulating planes' activities in Pollensa bay lie with civil authorities and not the ministry.
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Pollensa town hall is concerned, but it doesn't have any real say in how the sea is used.
Puerto Pollensa has now become the only place in Spain where civil seaplanes are authorised to land.