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Reduction in fares on Gozo Channel vessels

Minister for Gozo Clint Camilleri has launched a reduced fares travel scheme between Malta and Gozo for the month of July.

Minister Camilleri announced that between Monday 13 and Thursday 30 July, fares for Maltese and foreign passengers will be reduced drastically for tickets purchased from Monday to Thursday between 2.15 p.m. and midnight.

The Minister added that a passenger ticket will be €2.50 instead of €4.65, and the charge for a vehicle will be €8.50 instead of €15.70.

Minister Camilleri explained this as an additional incentive along with other measures by this Government to attract tourism and boost the economy, whilst urging more Maltese and tourists to take advantage of these attractive fares and choose Gozo as their summer destination.

This scheme is not applicable for commercial vehicles.

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