Palma Airport Arrivals Hall.

Palma Airport Arrivals Hall.

02-06-2021Cati Cladera/EFE

The United Kingdom's decision to keep Spain on its ‘Amber’ list and maintain restrictions on British tourists, has put more than 630,000 airline seats at risk in June and the Balearic Islands is the worst affected, with almost 200,000 seats.

Mabrian Technologies has made a comparative study of scheduled airline seats in 2019 and 2021 and according to its report, the airlines scheduled 660,117 seats to the Island in June 2019, which means 460,117 or 69.70% has been lost in two years.

The forecast affects the importance of the tourist emitting market in the United Kingdom and the negative impact of Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s decision not to include the Balearic Islands on the UK’s ‘Green’ list.


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Stephen / Hace 8 months

Hear hear get your vaccinations sorted and perhaps we can visit later in the year say October. But you are not masters of your destiny only the corrupt EU is. Thank goodness we left.


Geoff / Hace 8 months

How many times does it have to be said Improve your vaccination rate and you will go green Our Boris is just protecting his own on advice he is receiving from Health experts and advisors and all the Twining by the Aircraft . Tourism industry isn't going to change his mind Majorca unless you up your game you can kiss goodbye to the 21 season and get your act together for 22 us bits ain't coming