Palma Airport Information
About Palma de Mallorca Airport
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Palma de Mallorca Airport (PMI), also known as Son Sant Joan Airport, is the gateway to the wonderful island of Mallorca. It’s the place where most people begin and end their holiday. Palma Airport is the third-largest airport in Spain with around 30 million passengers every year, dispatching more than 12,000 passengers per hour during busy periods. In the peak summer months, this dual-runway airport handles as many movements as Heathrow, the busiest airport in Europe.
Palma Airport is located 8km east of the city of Palma Mallorca with easy access connections between the airport and the city. It covers a total of 6.3 km2 and its main terminal, designed by the famous Mallorcan architect Pere Nicolau Bover, was opened in 1997. In addition to the main terminal building, Palma Airport has four modules: Module A (the former Terminal A Building), Module B (the former Terminal B Building), Module C and Module D. Car rental offices are next to the arrivals hall on the ground floor and PMI transfers are picked up within the terminal.