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Getting to Mallorca


Palma’s Son Sant Joan Airport (PMI) is the only one on the island and often the busiest in Europe. Expect delays during the peak summer travel season.


Dozens of charters from around Europe serve Palma but most connections from the United States are made aboard Spanish carriers Iberia, Spanair and Air Europe.

Flight Times

Majorca is around a total of ten hours flying time from New York and 17 hours from Los Angeles.

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