Flights from Shannon to Palma - Majorca
Flight information Shannon to Palma - Majorca
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Average flight time, total distance 1712 kilometres
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Palma - Majorca
Information is correct as of January 2016
Airlines that fly from Shannon to Palma
Ryanair operate a direct flight to Palma on every Friday during the summer months, including April, May, June, July and August.
In winter, there are no non-stop flights from Shannon to Palma, however there are connecting flights with British Airways and Aer Lingus. Usually, the flights run through London Heathrow.
Terminal Information - Departing
Shannon Airport is a small regional aviation base, servicing the city of Limerick and County Clare. There are a few domestic and European flights operating from Shannon, but it's generally a quiet airport. This also makes security and check in a breeze when flying! To check in, head into the departures terminal to find the check in desks, located on the ground floor. After this, you may proceed to security.
There is a large duty free shop in Shannon Airport, as well a locally stocked store for picking up Tayto crisps and teabags on your way to Palma. There's also a WHSmith and a coffee shop for last minute snacks.
If you're feeling a little more peckish, the Sheridan Food Pub does a variety of Irish dishes, all of which can be washed down with a coffee or a beer at the Limestone Cafe.
The Executive Lounge offers a variety of refreshments on arrival, if you pay the €25 fee to access it. This will buy you 3 hours of R&R in the lounge.
There is free Wifi in all of Shannon Airport.
Terminal Information - Arriving
Palma Airport is an international airport on the Balearic island of Mallorca. The airport is formally known as 'Palma de Mallorca'.
The cheapest way to get to Palma is by taking the bus. The bus (Number 1) costs €1.85 per adult, and will drop you into the centre of Palma, or along the harbour. This bus runs 365 days a year, between 6am and 1am. The bus picks up passengers outside of the arrivals hall; follow the signs to get to the bus stop.
Alternatively, you could use the Palma Metro. The metro runs from the airport, and stops at 9 different locations in the city: Jacint Verdaguer, Cami dels Reis, Son Fuster Vell, Son Castello, Universitat de les Illes Balears, Gran Via Asima, Son Fortesa - Son Costa, and Son Sardina. A 30 day return ticket on the metro will cost you €11, and it will take less than 20 minutes. You can buy tickets for this inside the airport, then follow the signs for the Metro.
Alternatively, you could grab a cab to the city. This will cost around €20, depending on where you would like to be dropped. Cabs usually wait outside the terminal building.
You might like to know that Palma's Airport is occasionally addressed as it's formal name, Son Sant Joan Airport. This is the same airport as the one you will be flying into.
You should arrive at least 2 hours prior to your flight to Palma, as this is an international flight. Palma is part of Spain, and thus you won't need to exchange currencies prior to arriving.
If you do need to exchange any foreign currency, there is a Bureau at both Shannon Airport and Palma Airport.
What to expect in Palma
Whilst Palma is a well frequented city by travellers, it's also a beautiful place decked in history and culture. The cobbled streets of the Old Town can be linked back to Roman times, but the layers of modern architecture, the Cathedral and the Arab baths have all been built atop of this Mallorcan city's history. Now, you can find hidden bars and amazing restaurants all around the city and the Bay of Palma. Looking for more things to do in Palma? Check out the top 11 best things to do in Palma de Mallorca.
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