Public transport from Mallorca airport is available via regular bus lines that connect the airport with Palma and, from May to October, Cala d'Or, Portopetro, Cala Millor, S'Illot, Cala Bona, Playa d'Alcùdia, Playa de Muro, Can Picafort, Santa Ponça and Magaluf. One-way tickets cost €5 and you can find the bus at the end of the travelators (flat escalators) outside the airport.
Line 1 connects the airport with the city's main points of tourist interest, including Plaça d'Espanya, Santa Catalina neighbourhood, Palma's old town, its seafront promenade, marina and port. It runs every 15 minutes, from 05:30 to 02:10 May to October and from 05:30 to 01:00 November to April. Line 21 links the airport to several popular hotels along Palma beach. It runs every 30 minutes, from 07:00 to 01:00 May to October and from 07:00 to 21:30 November to April.
To continue your journey to other resorts on the island using public transport, you have to take line 1 from the airport to Plaça d'Espanya. There sits Palma's bus station (Estació Intermodal) with services to Andratx, Magaluf, Palmanova, Soller, Manacor, Inca, Muro, Alcudia, Pollença, Campos and many other towns and resorts throughout the island.
The new five bus lines connecting the airport with the most popular beach resorts on the island will run from May until October 2017, regularly every 60 or 90 minutes.
However, with taxis taking only around 20 minutes to reach the centre of Palma and costing around 10€ to 20€, we definitely recommend you consider this option to reach the city from the airport.