New Ryanair flights from Exeter Airport to Palma

Ryanair is launching new flights from Exeter Airport to Palma, the Mediterranean capital of Majorca in the Spanish Balearic Islands.

The twice-weekly service will start in May next year and operate through to October. Tickets are on sale now at ryanair.com

The new route complements Ryanair’s other Spanish services to Alicante and Malaga, which both operate year-round, and follows the launch of a summer route to Faro in Portugal in June this year.

Stephen Wiltshire, managing director of Exeter Airport, said: “Majorca has always been a popular route from Exeter and we’re delighted that Ryanair will be offering passengers more choice and great value.

“We’re committed to providing a wide range of travel options from Exeter Airport and this latest announcement provides even more convenience for travellers.”

Exeter Airport offers 24 destinations across eight countries including Spain, Cyprus, Greece and Turkey, and flights to the USA and Canada via Dublin. There is also a range of UK destinations available year-round.

Here is the full list of destinations available from Exeter Airport in 2023/24: 

  • Cyprus: Paphos 
  • France: Chambéry 
  • Greece: Corfu, Crete, Rhodes, Zante 
  • Lapland: Enontekiö
    • Spain: Alicante, Gran Canaria, Lanzarote, Majorca, Malaga, Menorca, Tenerife 
  • Portugal: Faro 
  • Turkey: Antalya, Dalaman
    • UK & Ireland: Belfast, Dublin (with seamless connections to the USA and Canada), Edinburgh, Glasgow, Guernsey, Isles of Scilly, Jersey, Newcastle 

For more information, visit Exeter Airport’s website at www.exeter-airport.co.uk