Aena plans to increase the number of passengers at Palma Son Sant Joan
British holiday makers are not convinced that Spain will remain on amber.
"They have to be adapted and adopted now."
Most international air travel remains depressed almost 18 months into the pandemic
An EasyJet airliner lands at Son Sant Joan airport in Palma.
People wait in queue outside a coronavirus disease (COVID-19) test site at Son Sant Joan airport in Palma.
Son Sant Joan Airport, Palma
Aena envisages an increase of four million passengers at Son Sant Joan Airport by 2025.
Palma has long been the third busiest airport in Spain in terms of whole-year traffic.
The redesign is for current and future traffic flows.
Passport control workers have rejected a company offer on pay.
Expect chaos at the airport on Saturday August 24 at midnight.
Palma's Son Sant Joan Airport had the third highest number of "incidents" between June and August last year.
Today will be the busiest day - 1,674 flights and 267,928 passengers.
The president of Aena is ruling out Balearic government involvement in airport management.
The Balearics Environment Commission wants "profound" analysis of the impact of Aena's plans.