The Week in Tourism
This revisits the UK quarantine decision and is of the view that it was a political matter and not a scientific one.
Boris Johnson advised people to stay at home this summer for a staycation in the "superlative" United Kingdom.
The World Health Organization said people must wear face mask on planes.
Spain and Portugal's prime ministers on Wednesday officially reopened their joint border.
Humans of Majorca
The Puerto Soller has a population who live from the sea and tourism.
I’m not sure whether Boris Johnson has just thrown all his cards in the air and handed the rulebook to a bunch of mad men but it certainly seems that way.
The Week In Tourism
The health ministry took everyone off guard by announcing the quarantine, including the tourism ministry.
Ryanair is to operate around 40% of its original flights schedule from July up from a skeleton service of around 30 flights a day in May and June.
"The 12th of April is coming and the faith of millions of UK and EU citizens and their right to travel is in our hands."
President of the Balearics defends government’s “courageous policies” amidst arguments over budget and travel.
Top level meeting in Madrid yesterday to resolve the dispute.
The airports authority Aena calculates that the 600,000 passengers who had been passing through the Air Berlin hub represent 1.2% of total passenger numbers at Son Sant Joan.
Ryanair proposes lower winter airport costs in exchange for 1.5 million more passengers.
The service gives holidaymakers the opportunity to take their passport to their hotel reception and check in for their flight home before leaving for the airport.
The programme is on BBC2 tomorrow night (Friday) at 10pm local Spanish time.