High interest in Palma among cruise operators, but from next year a maximum of three ships per day.
The CEO of Hotelbeds stresses that "holidays are not being given up".
Between May and October, the Balearics were the national leader for tourism figures.
Failing to remove items from their bags or travelling with large bottles of liquids is the biggest cause of delays at airport security.
Catalonia has been toppled from its traditional number one position in Spain.
And it would be "crazy" to allow the population growth that has been forecast.
Més are reiterating that tourism promotion is not necessary.
All things being relative; but up to 80% occupancy in hotels that are open.
"Tourism has the potential to become an agent of positive transformation that can contribute to a better quality of life for all."
The Spanish government hasn't increased funding for Imserso holidays in the 2023 budget.
There is "a great divorce" between the tourism industry and society.
The Balearic tourism minister is ruling out any increase to the tourist tax.
Mallorca's hoteliers are being asked not to give credibility to reports by sensationalist British tabloids.
The Council of Mallorca has yet to unveil its spending on tourism.
"Not even the government knows when the season will start or when it will end."
Elections are coming up, and Més want to send out a clear message of their own.
The World Travel Market starts on Monday.
The holiday rentals sector has said that as many as 90,000 holiday rental places could disappear.
The 2023 budget is scheduled to be approved by parliament in December.
A maximum of three cruise ships in 2023 with no exceptions.
The Pacific Princess was used for the American series The Love Boat.
Eighty per cent of the city's hotels will stay open all winter.
It is time "to take a qualitative leap and be brave".
"Everything will depend on variables affecting the main market, Germany."
A familiar story of hotels and resorts shutting down for the winter.
On the Costa del Sol, there is a specific campaign to attract long-stay winter visitors.
Tourist overcrowding on the streets is the second main concern.
Businesses accuse the town hall of "total abandonment".
An ABTA study has found that 61% of Britons intend holidaying abroad over the next twelve months.
Half-term holidays in Europe help to keep some hotels open into the start of November.
Meanwhile, there is further criticism of the tourist tax.
In August, and unusually, the Balearics attracted more Spanish tourists than either German or British.