Airport Guide to Palma de Majorca (PMI)

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Airport Name
Palma de Mallorca Airport

Airport Location
The airport is located five miles east of Palma de Mallorca.



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Airport Overview

The island of Majorca may be small, but its airport, Palma de Mallorca Airport (PMI), is big, big enough to accommodate the legions of vacationers who arrive every summer to enjoy the sunny beaches of this Mediterranean island.

Along with Ibiza, Formentera and Minorca, Majorca is one of the most popular vacation destinations in the Spanish Mediterranean, and the airport processes more than 21 million passengers each year.

Flights to Palma de Mallorca Airport come in from around Europe, including most of the UK airports such as London, Glasgow, Birmingham, Manchester and East Midlands. There are also flights from Brussels, Paris, Prague, Moscow, Amsterdam, Barcelona, Venice, Geneva, Istanbul, Rome, Budapest, Frankfurt, Zurich, Sofia, Madrid and Warsaw.

Palma de Mallorca is built for large crowds, but in the peak summer season the queues for budget flights back home to the UK are annoyingly long and the airport is often packed. The staff members are helpful however, and do their best to assist with problems.

Terminal Transfer

There is only one terminal in the airport, so connections are easy to make on foot.

Getting into Town

Train: There is no train or subway service to Palma de Mallorca airport.

Bus: There are several airport buses from Palma de Mallorca. Line 1 goes to Palma and Dic de l’Oest, stopping across the car park from the terminal. The buses depart every 15-20 minutes between 6am and 1:10am and cost €2. Line 2 goes to S’Arenal every half hour from 7am to 10:10pm for €2.

Taxi: There is a taxi rank outside the arrivals hall. There is a minimum fare of €3, and the average fare to Palma is €18-20. You can go all the way to Sa Coma for €75.

Car Parking

There are express, VIP, short-term and long-term parking options at Palma de Mallorca. Express parking is on the south side of the terminal building, and costs €0.45 for 15 minutes, €1.20 for 30 minutes, and €3 for an hour. Short-term parking is on levels 1-6 of the car park and is free for the first half hour, with a daily rate of €10.80. Long-term parking is on levels 5-6 of the car park, and costs €10.80 per day for the first two days, €9.95 per day for the next two, and €4.39 per day up to 16 days. VIP parking is opposite the Departures Terminal and costs €50 for up to two days, €15 for the third day and €10 per day after that.

Information Desks

There are information desks on the first, second and fourth levels.

Airport Facilities

Money and communications: There are banks, ATMs, and currency exchange facilities at the airport, as well as a post office and VAT-refund office.

Luggage: There are no left-luggage facilities or baggage lockers at the airport, but there is a lost-and-found office on the ground floor.

Conference and business: There are Internet kiosks with printing facilities near the check-in counters, and VIP lounges provide business services such as TVs, telephones, newspapers, fax machines, Internet access and conference rooms.

Other facilities: A pharmacy, first aid station, tour operators and travel agencies, VIP lounges and handicapped facilities.

Wi-Fi: There are Wi-Fi zones in the airport (not free).

Shopping: Once you get past security there are a number of shops selling jewelry, accessories, food, chocolate, magazines and souvenirs. Lafiore on level 4 of the departures area has handicrafts and gifts, while motor enthusiasts might like to browse the official motorsports products in Paddock Line. There are also duty-free shops available to international passengers.

Food and drink: There are many restaurants and bars in Palma de Mallorca Airport. While many are fast-food places like Burger King, KFC, Pizza Hut and McDonald’s, there are also several coffee bars and shops with light meals and sandwiches. There isn’t much in the way of sit-down dining, but there is a Beer Garden in the departures area.

Passengers requiring assistance: For more information, visit the airport website’s section containing information for passengers requiring disability assistance.

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Airport Guide to Palma de Majorca (PMI) was last modified: June 26th, 2019 by cheapflights