Queen Sophia and the Duke of Palma
SPA2001073106 - 31 JULY 2001 - PALMA DE MALLORCA, SPAIN: Queen Sophia, Prince Philippe and the Duke of Palma with their son, Juan Valentin at Nautic Club in Mallorca, Spain. They are spending their holidays in Mallorca Island. cc/cc/V.O.PRESS UPI .
Airport operator AENA has said it would begin to charge for the use of luggage trolleys in some of its Spanish airports.
A judge in Spain has ordered Irish airline Ryanair to pay $1,300 to a family that was denied boarding because their 4-year-old had no identification.
A Ryanair flight from Paris was forced to make an emergency landing in Madrid because of technical problems, officials in Spain said.
Charges were dropped Wednesday against a Saudi prince accused of raping a woman who said she was drugged and taken aboard a yacht on a Spanish island.
A leading ultra-conservative rabbi has ruled the Chuetas of Palma de Mallorca, Spain, are of Jewish descent.
Futura International Airways SA, a Spanish charter airline, has ordered three Boeing 737-800s and three purchase rights.
Palma de Mallorca-based Barcelo Hotels & Resorts is paying $48.2 million for the Karmina Palace Hotel in Manzanillo, Mexico.
Boeing Co. said Wednesday two European carriers signed contracts for jets worth $1.42 billion, at list prices.
The U.N. anti-narcotics agency head Wednesday called for preventive and therapeutic action before drug abuse becomes a health, social and financial burden.