What is the flight duration from Gran Canaria to Majorca?
Unfortunately there are no direct flights flying between Gran Canaria and Majorca so the flight duration below is a calculation based on a commercial airliner flying directly from Gran Canaria to Majorca
A direct flight from Gran Canaria (LPA) to Majorca (PMI) has a duration of 3 hours 20 minutes.
A distance of 1,337 miles / 2,151 km.
Planning a trip or just interested to find out the flight time between Gran Canaria, Spain and Majorca, Spain? Be prepared, as flight times can change depending on many factors such as, weather condition, wind speed, flight path and congestion in the air. Due to these factors the actual flight time could be less than 3 hours 20 minutes but on occasion could be longer than the stated time.
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Majorca, Spain time is 1 hours ahead of Gran Canaria, Spain
Date and time in Gran Canaria, Spain:
11:31 Fri, 20 Sep, 2019,
Canary Timezone: WEST (+01:00)
Date and time in Majorca, Spain:
12:31 Fri, 20 Sep, 2019,
Madrid Timezone: CEST (+02:00)
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