Palma Airport Departures
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Departures at Palma Airport - FAQs
How many terminals are at Palma Airport?
Palma Airport has 4 terminals - A, B, C and D. Terminal A is used for domestic flights, where as Terminals B, C and D are for international flights.
How far is Palma Airport to city Centre?
Palma Airport is around 5.6m/9km away from the city centre, about 20 minutes in a car.
Is Palma a busy airport?
Palma Airport is the third busiest airport in Spain handling almost 30 million passengers a year, which is more than 12,000 passengers an hour.
Does Palma Airport have any other names?
Palma Airport is often also referred to as Palma de Mallorca Airport or by its IATA code - PMI
Palma Airport Departures Overview
Check out our Palma Airport Departures information below to help you during your airport experience.
Palma Airport Departures Terminal A
Located in the North of Palma Airport, Terminal A has 28 gates of which 8 can be accessed by an airbridge. This terminal only operates during the summer season and is mostly used for non-Schengen flights including flights to Ireland and the UK.
Palma Airport Departures Terminal B
Terminal B sits in the Northeast of the airport and is the smallest terminal with 8 ground floor gates. All of the gates at this terminal will involve boarding your flight from the tarmac. Terminal B is used by Air Nostrum, a regional airline with flights to Menorca, Ibiza, Valencia, Lleida, Asturias and Santiago de Compostela.
Palma Airport Departures Terminal C
The largest Palma Airport terminal, Terminal C has 33 gates, 9 with airbridges, and is located in the East of the airport. Terminal C is mostly used by Condor, easyJet (Schengen destinations) and Norwegian Air Shuttle.
Palma Airport Departures Terminal D
To the South of Palma Airport is Terminal D with 19 gates (10 accessible for airbridges). Most of the flights from Terminal D are operated by Air Berlin.
Palma Airport Terminal Travel Information
All of the terminals, or modules, at Palma Airport can be accessed from the main passenger terminal area. Terminal B is accessible on the 2nd level of the passenger area while Terminals A, C and D are accessed from level 4 of the main passenger area.
There is a well-established bus network running across Mallorca with a few routes serving Palma Airport. If you are coming from Palma City or S'Arenal then keep an eye out for the blue, white and green EMT buses. The red and yellow TIB (AEROTIB) buses serve the rest of the island in the summer months.
EMT bus routes
- A1 - Runs to and from Palma City
- A2 - Runs to and from S'Arenal
TIB (AEROTIB) bus routes
- A11 - Camp de Mar (via Palmanova, Magaluf, Santa Ponsa and Peguera)
- A32 - Can Picafort (via Alcudia / Playa de Muro)
- A42 - Cala Bona (via Cala Millor)
- A51 - Campos (via S'Arenal and Llucmajor)
The buses stop directly across from the arrivals hall and are all clearly sign-posted making then very easy to use.
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