Palma de Mallorca for people with reduced mobility (2023)

Your guide to Palma de Mallorca

Welcome to Palma de Mallorca, the capital of Majorca and the Balearic Islands. It is one of the most popular tourist destinations in the world, attracting more than 13 million tourists in 2019, according to the Balearic government. With its stunning beaches, delicious cuisine, favorable climate, rich culture, vibrant nightlife and much more, it's no wonder it's such a sought-after destination. Majorca is home to 925,000 people, of which around 450,000 live in Palma de Mallorca.

The city was founded by the Roman consul Quinto Cecilio Metelo Balearico in 123 BC and has been conquered and reconquered by various cultures over the centuries. In 1229 it was finally conquered by King James I of Aragon.

Today, Palma is a world-class tourist destination offering a range of services to visitors., we provide important information, tourist offices, accessible beaches, personalized tours, theme parks, accessible restaurants and other offers for guests with reduced mobility. Pleasant stay!

Palma de Mallorca Tourist Office

We have several tourist offices in Palma, below we provide the address and contact details of the most important ones.

Airport Tourist Office:

This office is accessible to people with reduced mobility and is open from Monday to Saturday from 08:30 to 20:00. and Sundays from 09:00 to 13:30

contact address:

  • Son San Juan Airport, Arrivals Hall, 07611 Palma
  • Phone: (+34)971789556
  • E-mail:

Station Park Office:

contact address:

  • Palma Station Park 07002 (Balearic Islands)
  • Telephone: (+34) 902 102 365
  • E-mail:

palm beach office:

contact address:

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  • Plaza de les Meravelles Palma 07610 (Baleary)
  • Telephone: (+34) 902 102 365
  • E-mail:

Can Pere Antoni mobile office:

contact address:

  • Can Pere Antoni Palma (Baleary)
  • Telephone: (+34) 902 102 365
  • E-mail:

Mobile office on the beach in Palma, Palma (Balearic Islands)

contact address:

  • Palma Beach Palma (Baleary)
  • Telephone: (+34) 902 102 365
  • E-mail:

Finally, we also want to highlight the accessibility office that Palma de Mallorca has "Accessible Palm" =pt

This office can help with everything that concerns accessibility in Mallorca, but please note that it is only open on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 09:30 to 12:30 and you must make an appointment.

contact address:



Located just 8 km from the city, Palma Airport is the main tourist gateway to the island, attracting mainly German visitors from Dusseldorf and Cologne, followed by English and Spanish visitors.

In accordance with European Parliament Regulation (EC) 1107/2006, Palma de Mallorca Airport offers a free assistance service for passengers with reduced mobility. This service is available to all passengers with disabilities or mobility issues and can be booked at least 48 hours in advance to ensure a hassle-free journey from arrival at the airport.

This service is free and can be ordered through through (+34) 91 321 10 00.

Public transport from the airport to the city center:


The best way to get from the airport to the center of Palma de Mallorca is the city bus line 1, which runs both to the city center and to the port and is accessible to people with reduced mobility. It leaves every 15 minutes and has a wide schedule.

This bus has a frequency of 15 minutes and a wide schedule.


Another option is to take a taxi which is easy to find at the airport exit and taxis are readily available. Get in touch with Radio Taxi Ciutat at by calling (+34) 971 20 12 12 to request an available taxi. Rates are the same as for regular taxis.

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a rental car:

Palma Airport also has car rental companies from large companies, almost all of which have vehicles adapted for people with reduced mobility. Book in advance to avoid surprises.

Public transport in the city of Palma:


Mallorca has three railway lines: T1, T2 and T3, all with accessible trains for people with reduced mobility.

  • T1 travels from Palma to the Incas
  • T2 tours from Palma to Sa Pobla
  • T3 travels from Palma to Manacor

The main railway station in Palma is the Intermodal Station located in Plaza de Espanya s/n and it is open from Monday to Friday from 07:00 to 21:00, Saturday from 08:00 to 21:00 and Sunday from 09:00 at 21:00:00.

  • contact address:
    • Plaza de España s/n. 07002 Palma Mallorca
    • Telephone: (+34) 871930000
    • E-mail:


Palma's two metro lines are Line 1 (Joan XXIII - UIB) and Line 2 (Estacio Intermodal - UIB). The metro operates from Monday to Thursday from 5:30 am to midnight, Friday from 5:30 am to 2:00 am, Saturday from 6:30 am to 2:00 am and Sunday from 7:00 am to midnight.

Due to its expansion, it is the smallest network in Spain. After some works and renovations, we can confirm that all metro stations in Palma are accessible thanks to elevators and access ramps in stations that are not underground, in addition, the various metro units have the necessary technology to adapt the existing distance between the cars and the platform when the train is stopped, and each Metra train has spaces reserved for people with disabilities, perfectly signposted, in addition, the most modern trains have a button next to the reserved place, which informs the driver to press it , thanks to which or draws attention to the descent of a person with mobility problems.

  • contact address:
  • Plaza de España s/n. 07002 Palma Mallorca
  • Phone (+34) 971177777


There are a total of 33 lines with different frequencies in Palma de Mallorca, the most used is line 15, which goes to Arenal beach, covering a large part of the city, and line 3, which also goes to Cala Mayor with an extension very wide. route, both with a frequency of 10 minutes. Another important line is line 1, which goes to Palma de Mallorca airport.

In terms of accessibility, almost all buses are equipped with ramps to facilitate access for people with reduced mobility. In addition to the ramps, they have at their disposal a place equipped with safety belts and bells to request a stop and/or ramps at the appropriate height.

Although there is a low bell, specially designed for people with reduced mobility, it is best to tell the bus driver to let us off the ramp at the stop of our choice. In addition, the buses are equipped with a sound system that informs about the stops and the destination of the bus. It is different with regard to the stops and shelters, because sometimes it is not easy to reach the access ramps due to the unevenness of the sidewalks, sometimes the ramp may be on the road and it is not easy to reach the sidewalk, but generally there are no major problems and the drivers always help and advise the user.

An information service is also available at (+34) 659 251 530 with PL (followed by the line number) (stop number) or (+34) 971 426 177. More information about lines and events can be found on the EMT Palma, which also includes a route planner.

  • contact address:
    • Rua Josep Anselm Clavé 5. 07002 Palma Majorca
    • Phones: (+34) 971214444 or (+34) 900701127
    • E-mail:


Taxis in Palma de Mallorca:

Palma de Mallorca has a fleet of 1,200 taxis, including 100 vehicles adapted to transport customers with reduced mobility. The fares for these taxis are the same as for regular taxis. If you need an available taxi, we suggest you book it through the website

  • contact address:
    • Carrer Francesc Sancho, 7 07004, Palma de Mallorca Baleary
  • Telephone (+34) 971 20 12 12
  • E-mail:

custom beaches

Accessible beaches in Palma:

The city of Palma has several beaches accessible to people with reduced mobility, including Cala Major, Can Pere Antoni, Ciutat Jardí, Cala Estancia, Palma Beach Spa 7 and Palma Beach Spa 15. These beaches are equipped with walkways, adapted chairs and showers, shaded platforms and marked areas for safe assisted bathing. Lifeguards also provide support.

The beaches of Cala Estància, Ciutat Jardí, Platja de Palma and Can Pere Antoni have been certified by AENOR for public access services, while the certification of Cala Major is pending. These services must be scheduled in advance.

Cala Major beach is 200 meters long and 80 meters wide, awarded the Blue Flag by the European Foundation for Environmental Education and has special accesses for people with reduced mobility and parking spaces for less than 50 vehicles. It can be reached by bus lines 4, 46 and 108.

Cala Estancia beach is 220 meters long and 37 meters wide, was awarded the Blue Flag by the European Foundation for Environmental Education and has special accesses for people with reduced mobility and parking spaces for 50 to 100 vehicles. It can be reached by bus lines 35 and A2.

Ciutat Jardi Beach, also known as Ciudad Jardín Beach, is 450 meters long and 35 meters wide, has special access for people with reduced mobility and parking spaces for 50 to 100 vehicles. It can be reached by bus lines 10, 11 and 22.

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surroundings / areas

Arab Baths:

This site is accessible to people with reduced mobility.

Located in the beautiful gardens of Can Fontirroig, in the heart of the city, the Arab Baths date back to the 11th century during the Arab rule in Mallorca. It was believed that they were part of a palace belonging to a nobleman.

Visitors enter through a horseshoe-shaped portal and can admire the central dome surrounded by 12 horseshoe-shaped columns. Unfortunately, only the central room, used for hot baths, and the adjacent room survive. Visitors can also see the remains of steam and hot water pipes. In front of the entrance, a film is shown that takes visitors back in time and explains the hot and cold water system.

Prohibited: Entry costs around €3 and, as we mentioned at the beginning, it is accessible to wheelchairs. Their hours are:

  • From April to November from 09:30 am to 20:00 pm
  • From December to March from 9:30 am to 7:00 pm


The Arab Baths are just a few meters from Palma Cathedral, making it a very central and easily accessible location.

Subway: Line M1 (the entire M1 line of the Mallorca Metro is accessible to people with reduced mobility)

Trem: line T1

Bus: Numbers 4, 10, 35, A1 and CC put you very close to the restrooms

  • contact address:
    • Calle Can Serra nº 7. 07001 Palma Mallorca,
    • Telephone: (+34) 637 04 65 34

Handisport Majorca:

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Handisport Mallorca is a non-profit foundation that since 2007 offers recreational and sports activities for people with physical, mental or sensory disabilities. It organizes activities such as canoeing, hiking, sailing, water skiing, canoeing, golf and much more, with many of these activities taking place in the capital of Mallorca.

Accessibility: The best way to reach Handisport Mallorca is by private vehicle. It is recommended to contact the foundation in advance to coordinate and book the desired activity.

  • contact address:
    • Centro Desportivo Municipal de Calvià, Majorca, Carrer Miño, s/n, 07181, Calvià
    • Telephone: (+34) 971 13 22 68
    • E-mail:

custom restaurants

Toczek Restaurant

The Toque Restaurant is a family restaurant by the sea offering a mix of Belgian and Mediterranean cuisine. Dishes are traditional with a creative twist, using fresh local and market ingredients. The restaurant is accessible to customers with mobility problems and also has bathrooms adapted for the disabled. The restaurant's wine list includes a wide selection of excellent Belgian beers and Spanish wines.

  • contact address:
  • C/ Federico Garcia Lorca, 6. 07014 Palma de Mallorca Baleary
  • Phone: (+34) 971287068
  • E-mail:

Restauracja Es Molí des Compte

A traditional Mediterranean restaurant with a Mallorcan touch and a good wine list.

This restaurant is accessible to people with reduced mobility.

contact address:

  • Carrer del Molí del Comte, 44. 07010 Zakłady - Palma Mallorca
  • Telephone: (+34) 971 768 000
  • E-mail:

Restaurant from Tokyo to Lima

This fusion restaurant serves a mix of Japanese, Peruvian and Mediterranean cuisine, located next to Palma Cathedral. Accessibility for people with reduced mobility is available. Public transport includes bus lines 105, 25, 3, 35, 7, T3 railway line and M1 and M2 metro stations.

contact address:

  • Calle Sant Feliu nº1 07012 Palma Majorca
  • Telephone (+34) 871592002
  • E-mail:

Bon Sol seafood restaurant:

This restaurant specializes in seafood and Mediterranean cuisine.

This restaurant specializes in seafood and Mediterranean cuisine, in this restaurant you will only find fresh and wild products from the sea, brought daily from the fish market.

In its menu you will not find delicious dishes, but simple recipes that will enhance and enhance the natural taste.

If you want to make a nice tribute to yourself, we recommend it.

This restaurant is accessible to people with reduced mobility.

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contact address:

  • Calle Illa de Cyprus nº 12 (Es Coll den Rabassa) Palma de Mallorca 07007.
  • Phone: (0034) 971492363
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Where is special assistance at Palma airport? ›

1. The main terminal building, Floor 2 Departures (Check-in) on the forecourt/sidewalk outside. 2. The main terminal building, Floor 2 Departures (Check-in) Departures hall inside.

Why is Palma de Mallorca special? ›

About Palma de Mallorca

The so-called 'pearl of the Mediterranean' offers a vibrant lifestyle by day and night, brimming with Mediterranean flair, which attracts millions of visitors each year. 'The Sunday Times' named Palma one of the world's best place to live.

Is Palma de Mallorca crowded? ›

Crowds: Palma de Mallorca is a popular destination for tourists and can get crowded during the peak tourist season. If you prefer smaller crowds and a more relaxed pace, it's best to visit during the shoulder seasons of April, May, October or November.

What is the difference between Mallorca and Palma de Mallorca? ›

Majorca (Mallorca) is the island. Palma de Mallorca is the capital city of the island. 2.

Is Palma wheelchair accessible? ›

The island of Mallorca is ideal for people with reduced mobility. There are flat resorts, accessible beaches with aqua chairs and attentive lifeguards, and a range of wheelchair-friendly shops, bars and restaurants to suit every taste.

Do I need to book assistance at airport? ›

You should ask for assistance either when you book or at least 48 hours before travel, whether it is through a travel agent, tour operator or airline. This information will then be passed to the airport and the service provider.

Is Palma de Mallorca walkable? ›

Palma de Mallorca is definitely a walkable city. And if you choose to stay in Old Town, this is especially so.

Do they speak English in Palma de Mallorca? ›

The island has two official languages, Castilian (Spanish) and Catalan, while locals prefer to speak their Mallorquin dialect. However, the island's staff, including maids, speak several foreign languages. English, German and French are particularly common.

Can you wear shorts in Majorca? ›

Discretion with clothing is also advisable in city centres. Only the young wear shorts, with most working people wearing trousers or skirts.

What is the best month to go to Palma de Mallorca? ›

As one of Spain's Balearic Islands, Majorca has a typical Mediterranean climate with lots of heat in the summer and mild, stormy weather in the winter. The best time to go to Majorca is in the summer months from June to September. The weather is very warm, with highs of 30°C in August.

What do I need to know before going to Mallorca? ›

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What language do they speak in Majorca? ›

People in Mallorca speak Spanish (also referred to as 'Castilian' or 'Castellano', a variety of the Spanish language spoken in central Spain) and Mallorquí, a language with the same root as Catalán which can change slightly depending on the location.

Is Palma flat or hilly? ›

Palma Nova - very long beach and very flat.

What is the most beautiful side of Mallorca? ›

Fornalutx. If you stay by the coast you'll never see it, but Fornalutx is regarded by many as the most beautiful village on Mallorca, and one of the most stunning in Spain. You'll find it deep in the Sierra de Tramuntana, with winding streets, narrow stone steps, and flowers and greenery everywhere.

Can you get around Mallorca on a scooter? ›

Once you have hired your scooter, you will be able to travel all round the island, the way many of the locals do. You will have no trouble with the streets that are too narrow for cars, and parking will be easy, especially as many towns have designated areas especially for them.

What are the least wheelchair accessible cities? ›

The lowest ranking cities for accessible accommodation are Kiev, Ukraine and Zagreb, Croatia, which both have only 1.83% of their accommodation as wheelchair accessible.

Can people in wheelchairs go to the beach? ›

Most public beaches have accessible points and offer amenities such as rubber mats that make it easier to wheel right to the water's edge. Many beaches also have beach wheelchairs with wide plastic tires that can navigate the sand. These chairs are often available for loan at no charge.

Do you pay for special assistance at the airport? ›

If you're a passenger with a disability or reduced mobility you are legally entitled to support, commonly known as 'Special Assistance', when travelling by air. This means airports and airlines must provide help and assistance, which is free of charge, and helps ensure you have a less stressful journey.

How do I get mobility help at the airport? ›

When you arrive at the airport you should go to as assistance point. This can be inside or outside of the terminal. Assistance points will usually have some type of disability related logo, and include a buzzer or telephone to enable you to call for assistance should they not be staffed at that time.

Can I have someone walk me through the airport? ›

It is usually easy to get an escort pass. Simply go with your relative or friend to the check-in counter, request a pass, and present your photo ID. You can call ahead to get escort pass information, but you will probably be told that issuance of escort passes is determined locally by each airline.

What can you do in Palma de Mallorca without a car? ›

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How many days is enough for Palma de Mallorca? ›

If you love being on the go and are happy to see everything at a fast pace, 2 days in Mallorca might be enough for you, but it will likely be too short. But if you'd like to slow things down, and have a little more time to spend at the beach, you might want to consider 4 to 5 days, or even a week in Mallorca instead.

What is the best way to get around Palma de Mallorca? ›

The best way to get around Mallorca is by car. Having your own set of wheels gives you the most freedom to explore the island on your time. Buses are an option, too, but service is limited, especially on weekends.

How much is a bottle of water in Majorca? ›

The tap water in Majorca has a high mineral content and perhaps it will be best to buy bottled water from the supermarkets. The cost of a 5 litre bottle is around 1 Euro there are two types available, "agua con gas" is sparkling mineral water and the more common "agua sin gas" still water.

Can you drink water in Majorca? ›

Yes, we talk about the nasty chemicals in the tap water, however it may surprise you to know that the tap water in Palma is considered safe to drink, and – coming from someone who proudly (and maybe a bit lazily) drinks it – I can verify that generally speaking, the taste is absolutely fine.

How do you say thank you in Majorca? ›

On a matter of basic words, “gracis” is used for “thank you”, “de res” as “you are welcome” and “perdona” is used for excuse me.

What do Mallorcans eat for breakfast? ›

Breakfast is supposed to be your most important meal of the day and, on Mallorca, a pastry known as 'ensaïmada' has been the traditional breakfast pastry since the 17th century, although its origins are unknown.

What is the traditional drink of Mallorca? ›

The Palo de Mallorca is made from dark, dense and viscous medicinal plants. Its composition is based on an infusion of quina bark and gentian roots with burned sugar (caramel) and ethylic alcohol with an alcohol content between 25% and 36%.

Is there walking in Mallorca? ›

You're spoilt for choice when it comes to walks and hikes around this beautiful island. Challenging mountain hikes, gentle seafront paths and picturesque country trails are all available here. You can tackle them alone or, if you want to learn all about the Mallorcan landscapes and discover hidden corners, book a tour.

What is the 90 day rule in Majorca? ›

If Brits spend 90 days in their part-year home in Spain, they are now unable to go to any other Schengen zone country until a further 90 days have elapsed. Even a week skiing in Switzerland or a business meeting to visit a client in Germany both reduce the time someone can use their home in Spain.

Can you swim in the sea in Majorca? ›

With its 7 km of golden sand, Alcudia beach is the largest beach on the island. Families will find it the perfect place for a fun and safe swim as it has been awarded the Blue Flag.

Should I wear jeans in Spain? ›

You can't go wrong with a pair of well-fitted denim, whatever time of year you're visiting Spain. In fact, it's common for both men and women to wear trousers or jeans on a daily basis, despite the heat. Shirts and classic button-downs are also year-round favourites and can be easily layered with a winter jacket.

Is a week in Palma too long? ›

I think you could just spend one day in the city of Palma de Mallorca, especially if you booked the Hop-on Hop-off Bus Tour or a Walking Tour of Palma, but I think 5-7 days is the perfect amount of time to ensure that you get to visit all the top sights and attractions in the city, as well as enjoy plenty of relaxing ...

What is the coldest month in Mallorca? ›

August is the hottest month in Majorca with an average temperature of 24.5°C (76°F) and the coldest is January at 10°C (50°F) with the most daily sunshine hours at 13 in July. The wettest month is October with an average of 69mm of rain.

What is the coldest month in Palma de Mallorca? ›

Palma has a Hot-summer Mediterranean climate (Köppen: Csa) with an average annual temperature of 18.2 °C (65 °F). During the coldest month, January, the average high temperature is 15.4 °C (60 °F), while the average low is 8.3 °C (47 °F).

Where not to stay in Majorca? ›

Areas to avoid

If you're after something more relaxed, do stay away from Magaluf and Palma Nova as these places are where you'll find a lot of the 18-30's groups, along with English-style pubs, a big drinking culture and all-night parties. They are also jam-packed during the peak tourism months of July and August.

How much money do you need in Mallorca? ›

The absolute minimum that I would recommend a single person should budget to live in Mallorca per month is 800€ without rent. I would recommend budgeting extra for emergencies, so better to budget around 1000€ a month.

What money do you need for Majorca? ›

The currency in Majorca is the Euro (€).

Where do the English live in Mallorca? ›

About living on Mallorca

The favoured expat zones on the coast where English is spoken widely are Portals Nous, Bendinat, Santa Ponsa and Puerta Portals.

What do you call a person from Mallorca? ›

The inhabitants of Mallorca are called Mallorcans or Majorcans, which is derived from the Spanish name Mallorquines. On the other hand, the inhabitants of Mallorca also call themselves Balearics because they live on the Balearic Islands.

Is Majorca classed as Canary islands? ›

Located about 62 miles off the coast of Morocco, the Canaries are made up of seven main islands. Although it is possible to visit all seven of these, just four of them are tourist-heavy: Tenerife, Gran Canaria, Lanzarote and Fuerteventura. The four islands of the Balearics are Majorca, Menorca, Ibiza and Formentera.

What part of Mallorca is best to stay? ›

For limestone cliffs which fall dramatically away into clear turquoise seas the best places to stay on Mallorca are around Deià and Valldemossa. If you hanker after long, spacious sandy beaches then Sóller, Port de Pollença, Alcúdia, Canyamel and Ca'n Picafort are obvious choices.

What is the most expensive part of Majorca? ›

1. Son Vida. The private community of Son Vida is Palma's most expensive neighbourhood located in the city's hilltops. The area is always under construction by world-famous architects drawn to the area for its affluent clientele.

What wild animals are in Majorca? ›

The vegetation in Mallorca supports surprisingly few land animals. The smallest include field mice, rats, rabbits and wood shrews while the largest are civet cats and a rare wild goat. The island is home to over 300 endemic species of animals, the most famous are the lizards that populate the island of Dragonera.

Where do rich people go in Majorca? ›

Celebrity properties in Palma and Cala Major

Celebrity properties in Mallorca include the Royal Palace of La Almudaina in Palma old town as well as Palacio Marivent in Cala Major, both owned by the Spanish royal family. King Felipe VI & Queen Letizia of Spain are often seen spending their summer holidays in Mallorca.

What is the prettiest village in Majorca? ›

Fornalutx, known as Mallorca's prettiest village, lies in a declivity amongst the highest mountains of the Serra de Tramuntana mountain range in Mallorca.

How do you Organise assistance at the airport? ›

When you arrive at the airport you should go to as assistance point. This can be inside or outside of the terminal. Assistance points will usually have some type of disability related logo, and include a buzzer or telephone to enable you to call for assistance should they not be staffed at that time.

How do I set up airport assistance? ›

Call your airline and request wheelchair assistance at least 48 hours before your trip begins. If possible, call earlier. The customer service representative will put a "requires special assistance" note in your reservation record and tell your departure, arrival and transfer airports to provide a wheelchair.

What is airport agent assistance? ›

Airport Agent Assistance is available for purchase for our passengers who prefer assistance at the airport for things like checking in and printing your boarding pass.

How many hours before flight should I arrive at the airport in Majorca? ›

You should arrive at the airport with enough time to avoid unexpected problems. The general rule is: Non-Schengen flights: 3 hours before the scheduled departure time. Domestic and Schengen flights: 2 hours before the scheduled departure time.

Is special assistance at airport free? ›

How to order special assistance? Special assistance at the airport is free. To use this service, please contact the carrier during the booking process or directly before the flight.

How do disabled passengers get on a plane? ›

The aisle chair (also referred to as a straight back or high back) is a small wheelchair that is used to transport immobile passengers from their own wheelchair to a seat on the airplane. Aisle chairs are used during enplaning and deplaning, and can also be used during the flight to access the lavatory.

What is a special passenger at the airport? ›

Special Passengers (including VIPs, unaccompanied children, aged person, pregnant women, infants, sight- or hearing-impaired passengers, intoxicated passengers, criminal or suspects, confidential secretaries, diplomatic couriers, passengers requiring extra seats for his/her person or Baggage, secret passengers, ...

What is the appropriate tip for wheelchair assistance at airport? ›

Don't forget to tip.

Thank a wheelchair attendant with $3 to $5, or more if he or she helps with luggage or spends extra time with you. For an electric cart, tip $2 to $3.

How much does it cost to take a wheelchair on a plane? ›

It's free to check your wheelchair or assistive device in addition to your checked bags. This includes manual and electric wheelchairs, scooters, walkers, and canes. They can be folding, non-folding, or collapsible.

How do I get priority airport security? ›

Enter the PASS ID number when you book flights in the field listed as "Known Traveler Number." Make sure your name, date of birth and other personal information match precisely what is on your TSA Pre card. Then you'll be able to go through the quicker screening process at most U.S. airports.

What is senior airport services agent? ›

Liaises with check-in, transfer desk, and support Airport Services Supervisor in all areas. Escort and direct Arriving/departing passengers to the respective areas such as hotel desk, visa counter, transfer desk, premium lounges and boarding fates etc.

What is a TSA trusted agent? ›

DESCRIPTION: Purpose: The Trusted Agent is a technical specialist who authorizes the issuance of airport identification media in accordance with the TSA approved Airport Security Program and other applicable regulations.

Does Delta give gate passes? ›

Individuals who are not ticketed for travel but need to provide assistance to a customer are allowed past security checkpoints. They must check-in at the ticket counter to receive a pass that allows them through security without a ticket.

What is the busiest day at Palma airport? ›

Palma airport post busiest weekend of the year to date

Palma's Son Sant Joan airport operated the most flights on Sunday, with 938 flights, most of them international (707) and the rest (231) domestic.

How long does it take to check-in at Palma airport? ›

The passenger should be at the check-in counter at least with: For No Schengen flights: 3 hours prior the departure scheduled time. For Schengen and domestic flights: 2 hours prior the departure scheduled time. Note that there might be many people at peak travel periods or special event dates.

How long does it take to get through Palma de Mallorca airport? ›

Getting through customs is negligible, but your luggage can take a little time. Allow at least half an hour from landing.


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