Entry to airport with no boarding pass banned in Spain holiday island Mallorca as Covid-19 contagion protection measure

PRECAUTION: AENA said the measure was aimed at protecting passengers and airport workers from possible Covid-19 infection CREDIT: commons.wikimedia.org Arodriguezgo

AIRPORT operator AENA has taken the decision to bar anyone who does not have a boarding pass from entering Palma’s Son Sant Joan terminal building.
AENA said the measure, which came into force on Wednesday afternoon, had been adopted as part of procedures to protect passengers and airport workers from possible Covid-19 infection.

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