Ryanair starts again from Dresden to Mallorca

After a six-month break, there are holiday flights to Mallorca again at Dresden Airport.

A first Boeing 737 took off on Easter Saturday at 3:43 p.m. for Palma de Mallorca. Ryanair is planning a second flight for April 10th.

From July 2nd, four weekly flights, which start on Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays and Sundays, will connect Dresden with Mallorca. Eurowings and Sundair are also planning to offer connections to Mallorca several times a week from May, according to the airport.

A negative PCR test is currently required to enter Spain. This test must not be older than 72 hours. Please note that the test result must be in English or Spanish. A private provider at the airport has been offering such tests for a fee in the “Co Care Covid19 Test Center” since February. The dates for fast antigen and PCR tests can be arranged online directly with the provider.


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