The Passenger Terminal structure comprises three accessible levels for both the public and passengers (levels 0, 2, and 4). Boarding Modules A, B, and D each encompass two levels (levels 0 and 1), while Boarding Module C features a single level (level 1).
The Passenger Terminal at Palma Mallorca Airport facility encompasses three stories accessible to both the public and passengers (levels 0, 2, and 4). This connection between the interior and exterior is facilitated by the Arrivals hall at level 0 with pedestrian access, as well as the Arrivals hall with road access. Additionally, the Passenger Terminal links the Departures hall (level 4) with the General Parking Building through a covered, mechanised aerial walkway spanning 260 meters in length.
From the Boarding area of the Passenger Terminal, passengers can independently access the boarding modules A, B, C, and D.
Module A at Majorca Palma Airport was formerly known as Terminal A. This distinct block comprises two levels — level 0 and 1 — both exclusively dedicated to the Boarding area along with their corresponding Boarding gates. This zone is accessible only to passengers with proper documentation. Module A is typically closed during winter months, but its operation may vary based on the airport’s requirements.
Module B at Palma Airport Majorca was previously referred to as Terminal B. Similar to other modules, it consists of two levels — level 0 and 1 — both entirely designated for the Boarding area and associated Boarding gates. This zone can be accessed solely by passengers with valid documentation. Module B, the smallest module, handles regional Air Nostrum flights to Menorca and Ibiza (Interislas), as well as some other British cities. Its availability during winter months depends on the airport’s needs.
Module C, the largest among all modules, is situated to the East of Airport Mallorca. It stands as an independent block with a single level (level 1) dedicated exclusively to the Boarding area and its corresponding Boarding gates. Access to this zone is granted solely to passengers with proper documentation. Module C is primarily used for flights to Schengen countries.
Module D at Palma de Mallorca airport is located to the South of the facility. Similar to other modules, it consists of two levels — level 0 and 1 — both entirely allocated for the boarding area and its corresponding boarding gates. Only passengers with valid documentation can access this zone. Module D is generally employed for domestic and international flights, predominantly to European destinations.