43% of the Canaries total population lives on the largest island of Tenerife. It has been a popular destination for tourists since the 19th century although the main boom in tourism occurred in the second half of the 20th century, and especially since the 1980s when the sunnier south of the island was developed.
The Airport of Valencia, also called Manises Airport (VLC / LEVC) is a Spanish airport managed by Aena. It is located 8 km west of Valencia, between the municipalities of Manises and Quart de Poblet. Its implementation has contributed to create an important business and tourism center, facilitating the economic development of the areas around it.
Canary’s third busiest airport – Fuerteventura – lives up to its name as strong gustings and stiff gales cater for some compelling adventures! The airport of this fascinating island is mainly headed by holiday charter traffic from France, the UK, Germany and from The Netherlands.
With almost 47,0 Mio passengers in 2015, Madrid is one of the biggest airports in Europe and always worth a visit. Its a known gateway from Europe to South America, and carriers like Avianca, LATAM Group and Aeromexico are regular visitors. Iberia and Air Europa as well as the low cost carriers Vueling, Ryanair and Easyjet are the big players in Barajas. Ibera has their complete long haul fleet based there.
Mallorca served almost 23 Mio passengers in 2015 and is a tourist mekka for Europeans especially from Germany, United Kingdom and Scandinavian Countries. Most traffic is during the peak season (May-September) especially during the weekend. Germans Air Berlin even has a hub at PMI and serves many airports in Spain too. The traffic is dominated by single aisle aircraft like the A320 family or Boeings 737 but heavies still flying to PMI with 332, 333, 752, 753, 763 & 787. Russian charter flights are not coming with lot of aircraft. Transaero, Sibir S7, Ural are still operates 1 flight per…