The Balearic Islands are among the most densely populated regions of Spain holidays. Statistically spend at each km of coastline of the island in 7116 people make their holiday. This figure is the island group, well above the national average (6,665). As a result, a survey of the Spanish Environment Ministry. Accordingly, the Balearic Islands show the country in fourth place. On the first Catalonia ranks with 21,807 tourists per km of coastline, followed by Valencia and Andalusia. Few tourists per km of coastline - an average of 408 tourists - have seen Asturias.
The economic crisis is also noticeable on Mallorca's airport. According to statistics from the Spanish airport operator Aena society at Son Sant Joan registers 2009, four percent fewer movements than the year before. Weekly 57 flights were therefore handled less than in 2008. A total of 145,042 takeoffs and landings were registered.
The number of passengers declined by just 2.2 percent were not quite as strong as the companies were able to better utilize their flights. 2009 385.505 passengers were counted fewer than in 2008. A total of 17.7 million people have flown to or from Palma.
The flights to Germany have fallen. Thus, there are fewer daily flight to Dusseldorf, Frankfurt and Munich. Bucking the trend are the airports of Cologne / Bonn and Berlin-Tegel developed. While we reported a slight increase in the Rhineland, the passenger of the capital connection nevertheless remained constant.