During the term in office of the previous Balearic coalition government, a comparison was made of special transportation needs of the Balearic and the Canary Islands and the idea conceived of an extension of the public air service to the Peninsula in both Communities. Backed by the Popular Party in Minorca and Ibiza-Formentera, Cámera confirmed that the pressure brought to bear by three political platforms in favour of public air transport in the Balearic Islands, led to a motion being put before the Senate. The Minister for Public Works, claimed the United Left spokesman, had been short on the truth when she tried to justify that links from the Islands to the Peninsula could not become part of a public air service due to European Union legal rulings. Cámara claimed that if a Sovereign State needs a public service to be established, the European Court had approved guidelines for doing so last July.
He drew attention to the increase in airline ticket prices over the last three years and recommended a reduction by half in the tariffs, apart from discounts for students, pensioners and underprivileged groups.
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