Palma Airport was affected by adverse weather on 2 + 3/9/2023. More information here.
On 28/8/2023, a UK airspace restriction caused flight delays and cancellations. See here for details. Palma Airport was particularly affected, as it was still recovering from the aftermath of last Sunday’s storm – see here for more information.
See here for more information about upcoming strikes that may affect your journey.
Health control measures for passengers arriving from an EU-country or the Schengen area were lifted in June 2022.
Health controls for arrivals from third countries were discontinued with effect from 21/10/2022.
Passengers arriving at Palma Airport no longer need to provide proof of Covid-vaccination / -recovery or a negative test result.
The wearing of a face mask is no longer mandatory inside the airport building. As of 8/2/2023, it is no longer necessary to wear a face mask on public transport.
On arrival at Palma, you will enter the airport through one of the Modules, A, B, C, or D. Arrivals from outside the Schengen area will need to make their way to passport control. After this, it is on to the main terminal building, where you will find the baggage reclaim area. The journey from the Modules to baggage reclaim takes roughly 10 minutes. If you have arrived from a country outside the European Union, you will have to clear customs before entering the main arrivals hall, where you will find car hire desks, several shops, and restaurants.
For more detailed information, please also see our arrivals page.