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Seasonal bus services in Ibiza to start at Easter

The Consell de Ibiza offers a direct connection service between the airport and some of the most important tourist areas

The Consell de Ibiza will advance to March 22nd the launching of three seasonal public transport lines that connect different parts of the island with the airport. Specifically, lines L9 (Sant Antoni – Sant Josep – Airport), L10E (Airport Express) and L24 (Cala Nova – es Canar – Santa Eulària – Airport).

In this way, the Consell de Ibiza adapts part of its offer already at Easter, offering a service of direct connection between the airport terminal and some of the most important tourist areas, a service that is not offered during the low season.

The Regional Minister of Transport, Mariano Juan explained in a statement that the department is “aware of the effort that the private tourism sector is making to be able to offer a quality service to all those who visit the island at Easter, a time that, this year, comes especially early, which forces to have to adjust public services to the expected increase in demand”.

In this sense, Mariano Juan has explained that “the agreement with the bus operators will mean to activate these lines in the two weeks of more tourist affluence, and to maintain them in the supposition that the hotel occupation of the affected zones remains stable and in considerable figures”. In other words, it is not guaranteed that these lines will be maintained until the beginning of the season after Easter.

Bus improvements

This advance of the season in some lines from the 22nd is one of the improvements that in the last year has been implemented in the bus lines, such as the creation of a circular line that connects all the park-and-ride lots in the city of Ibiza, reinforcements in night lines, the provision of new stops to the Cala Salada line or the increase in the schedule of the Puig de en Valls line to provide service in the afternoon and at night, among others, highlights the Consell.

For the full article, please visit Diario de Ibiza website here.

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