Air Berlin has improved its market position and is well ahead of all other competitors at the airport of Palma de Mallorca. Already every third passenger embarking or disembarking in Palma de Mallorca uses an Air Berlin aircraft.
The German airline accounts for more than 36 per cent of passenger volume at the Spanish airport.
The second largest airline there is Air Europe with a share of 17.9 per cent, and the third largest carrier is Iberia with 9.71 per cent. Easy jet, the UK airline, has a share of 5.87 per cent. These are the results of the airport’s statistics for January.
Last year Air Berlin carried 5,067,479 passengers from and to Mallorca. This corresponds to a growth of 11.88 per cent when compared to the figures for the previous year.
The second largest German airline operates a hub in Palma with continuation flights to 17 destinations on the Spanish mainland, the neighbouring Balearic islands and in Portugal. Air Berlin is the largest foreign airline on the Spanish market as a whole and flies three times a week from London/Stansted to Palma de Mallorca at the moment. In summer Air Berlin will fly daily to Palma Mallorca.