Palma de Mallorca Airport: Flights to Spain from the UK
Airlines flying from the UK to Mallorca
Since the start of the low-cost flights revolution, nearly all of the cheap carriers offering services out of the UK have added a Mallorca route.
As such, the likes of bmibaby, Jet2, Flyglobespan and Thompson Fly have joined the market leaders easyJet and Ryanair in offering services to the island.
In addition, longer-established carriers such as British Airways, bmi and Monarch Airlines have continued to operate their regular services, thereby spelling good news for those travellers looking to book a cheap airline ticket to the sun.
Where is Mallorca in Spain?
Surrounded by the Mediterranean Sea, Mallorca is one of the Balearic Islands, located just to the east of mainland Spain.
Though tourism is rife across the island, Mallorca and its capital, Palma, have lost none of their original charm and remain distinctly Spanish in most places.
With flights from the UK to Mallorca taking just two hours, no stop-overs are necessary.
However, the island's capital, Palma, which the airport serves, is often used as a jumping-off point by holidaymakers heading to resorts dotted along the coastline.
Things to see and do in Mallorca
As well as the crowded beaches of the south of the island, Mallorca also boasts some idyllic getaways, with those travellers willing to hire a car and explore easily able to stumble across their own little cove or experience genuine Spanish hospitality in one of the many unspoilt inland villages.
Palma de Mallorca also makes a perfect short-break destination.
The compact small city boasts a number of top-class hotels and restaurants nestled in between a number of fascinating historic sites, such as the cathedral and city walls.
The capital also has some of the best nightlife in Spain, with regular opera and classical music shows joining bars and clubs in entertaining visitors and locals alike.