Cheap Flights from Bristol to Palma - Majorca
Flight information Bristol to Palma - Majorca
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Average flight time, total distance 858 miles
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Palma - Majorca
This information is correct as of May 2016
Airlines that fly from Bristol to Palma
Ryanair, easyJet, Thomas Cook Airlines and Thomson Airways all fly direct to Palma de Mallorca from Bristol. This is the airport's fifth busiest route.
Terminal Information – Departing
Bristol Airport is a one terminal airport. The departure lounge has a good range of shops. This includes fashion labels Accessorize, Claire's Accessories, Traveller and JD Sports as well as airport favourites Dixon's Travel, World Duty Free and WH Smith. Dining in the departure lounge includes fast food chains like Burger King as well as restaurants like The Cabin, which specialises in locally sourced produce. Treat yourself to a pre-flight tipple at the Brunel Bar & Kitchen or pep yourself up with a double-shot coffee at Starbucks. Other airport dining options include Dexters and Soho Coffee Co. Bristol Airport boasts two Aspire lounges, one of which is an Aspire Plus lounge. The Plus lounge is more luxurious and is reserved for adult travellers only.
Terminal Information – Arriving
Palma Airport has one terminal. Two bus lines serve the airport. Route 1 runs between the airport and the city port, stopping at Palma's main points of interest. Route 21 goes from the airport to Palma Beach, stopping at several of the waterfront hotels. If neither of the buses is going your way you can take a taxi from the signposted rank outside the terminal building. Car hire from Palma de Mallorca Airport is a good choice if you're planning to explore the island. Agencies present at the airport include Enterprise, Hertz, Avis, Europcar, Goldcar, Sixt, Record Go and Enterprise.
You need a valid passport to fly from Bristol to Palma. You don't need any extra validity on it: it only needs to be valid for the full duration of your stay. We recommend arriving at the airport no later than 90 minutes before scheduled departure.
What to expect in Palma
Palma is an hour ahead of Bristol. The currency is the Euro (€): you can convert your pounds before you fly or withdraw money from a cash machine on arrival. Note that bank charges may apply. People flock to Palma for the warm climate and beautiful beaches. Summer in Palma can get very hot. Although the average temperature is 25°C, it can frequently soar to 30°C during July and August. Winters are mild, with temperatures frequently reaching 15-16°C from December to February. Palma is slightly more expensive than mainland Spain but still cheaper than Bristol. Dinner for two costs about £30* on average, while a pint of local beer is just £1.50*.
If you need some holiday inspiration, read our top 11 things to do in Palma.
*Prices subject to change
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