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Flights to Palma de Mallorca, Majorca Anything related to flights to & from Palma and airports (UK & PMI).

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Apparently Ryanair will be announcing some new destinations for 2016 this morning. THey are for flights from Belfast, which they recently opened as their new hub ....................... so, here's hoping
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Apparently Ryanair will be announcing some new destinations for 2016 this morning. THey are for flights from Belfast, which they recently opened as their new hub ....................... so, here's hoping
Afraid not. No PMI:

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"Ryanair has announced Berlin and Milan will be among new routes operating from its hub at Belfast International Airport. Neither of the destinations has been served from Northern Ireland for a number of years. Speaking in Belfast, Ryanair boss Michael O'Leary also announced five other European routes would run from Aldergrove later this year.
They are Malaga, Alicante, Krakow, Tenerife and Lanzorote."
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Aw well ........ Hope lives on (Although I can't think why) !!!!
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Winter flight seat availability to rise by 5% ╗ Balearics ╗ News ╗ Majorca Daily Bulletin

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More seats on planes to Majorca this winter; well over half of them for the domestic market.
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Between 30 October and 25 March, airlines using Palma airport have scheduled increases of 5.1% more seats and 3.3% more flights.
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The second highest number will be for German flights (1.4 million) with UK flights third and accounting for 410,000 seats.
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see article on the MDB-website
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Oh dear, bad news i am afraid. Story from the MDB today :-

https://majorcadailybulletin.com/new...xt-winter.html
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Oh dear, bad news i am afraid. Story from the MDB today :-

https://majorcadailybulletin.com/new...xt-winter.html
We were on Ryanair flights from Edinburgh in November, December, January, February and had flights booked for this week which we were unable to use, all the flights were full so I was sure they would continue next winter but clearly not!😡
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We went with them in December too, from Edinburgh. Both flights were full. Demand is there and obviously Ryanair is choosing to ignore that
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This reported in the MDB,
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Ryanair blames Scottish government
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https://majorcadailybulletin.com/new...overnment.html
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We flew with Ryanair to Palma on Sunday 26th March I would say maybe about
80 people on the flight Los of empty seats. In return
Journey in Wednesday 29th March about 40 people in the flight.
I was stunned it was so empty.
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