THE FIRST TOURISTS HAVE ARRIVED AT TENERIFE SOUTH AIRPORT
Tourism has started to return to Tenerife after three months of the state of alarm, when the first plane landed at Tenerife South Airport at 2pm from Düsseldorf, with about 30 German tourists on board.
Two more international flights landed on Sunday afternoon, one from Katowice (Poland) and the other from Manchester.
Spain has now entered the so-called 'new normal' after three months of lockdown due to the coronavirus, and restrictions on mobility have been lifted and borders with the European Union have been opened.
Spanish airports received approximately 100 flights from the EU and Schengen area on Sunday, of which about 18 landed at the Adolfo Suárez Madrid-Barajas airport.
A flight from Paris and another from Milan were the first to land at the Madrid airport, while in Barcelona, the first international flight was from Berlin.
AENA airports across Spain also had 225 domestic flights yesterday.