Published on : Thursday, December 27, 2018
Regional governments of Ibiza and Majorca have been planning to organize a summit to address the alcohol consumption of air travellers at airports and on flights while travelling to the Balearic Islands.
Along with tourism authorities airline representatives and airport chiefs, the public health organization Eurocare that is anon-governmental entity operating under the motto ‘less alcohol is better’ would be tasked with seeking rational solutions to stop this ill behavior during this proposed summit.
This conference would be taking place after this summer season.
The flights from the UK and Ireland to Palma and the White Isle have been identified as the flights that are the main source of this problem.
Despite taking steps to flesh out this issue, experts are remaining realistic about what it is going to take to solve the problem, saying its “very unlikely” an alcohol ban would be approved. Solutions on how to properly and respectfully regulate a passenger’s alcohol intake before they board these flights remains a mystery.
This is not the first time that tourism authorities have made stringent efforts to implement dry flights to Ibiza. Drunken antics from rowdy tourists on their way to the popular vacation and clubbing destinations have caused numerous problems at 30,000 feet.
Tags: Eurocare, Ibiza, majorca