The low-cost airline Easyjet is further reducing its capacity in the UK. The background is that the government practices a complicated traffic light and quarantines many potential EU holiday countries.
The carrier is now increasingly relying on Germany and is increasing capacity in the direction of Palma de Mallorca. In concrete terms, this means that several Airbus planes that will be relocated to Berlin, among other places, for flights between the UK and the Mediterranean island. From there they will also fly to Palma.
Most tour operators and airlines operating from Germany say that there is currently particularly high demand for the destination Palma de Mallorca and destinations in Greece. In the direction of the Spanish Mediterranean island, both airlines and tour operators are steadily increasing. Lufthansa even uses long-haul aircraft of the types Airbus A350 and Boeing 747-8 in some cases.