Introducing Majorca

The largest of Spain’s Balearic Islands, Majorca is, simply put, a place of outstanding natural beauty. Mile after mile of sandy beaches and sheltered coves backed by pine forested mountains, Majorca seduces and enchants more than 20 million tourists every year. While the coastline has, for the most part, been commandeered by bucket and spade tourism, the islands’s remote hilltop villages and bucolic valleys dotted with castles, crumbing ruins, and traditional farmhouses feel untouched by time. Majorca’s rich cultural heritage is most evident in the tangled alleyways and vertiginous cobblestone streets of the island’s captivating capital, Palma (known to locals at Ciutat, or ‘City,’ in deference to its former status as a strategic seaport). Built by the Moors, Palma feels like a North African medina and chunks of the walled city’s foundations miraculously remain in tact.

Airport on the island of Majorca:

  • Palma de Mallorca International Airport (PMI)

Popular aircraft charters* on the island of Majorca include:

  • Citation Excel (super light)
  • Learjet 45 XR (super light)
  • Citation CJ3 (light)
  • Learjet 31ER 400A (light)
  • Learjet 60 XR (midsize)
  • Citation III (midsize)
  • Gulfstream G200 (super midsize)
  • Citation Sovereign (super midsize)

*This is just a sample. Zephyr provides access to aircraft at every end of the spectrum, from luxurious VIP airliners, to ultra long range business jet, helicopters, and economical turboprops.