1.8m passengers travelled between Malta and Gozo from July to September

22nd October 2019 

This represents a 3.4% increase when comparing with the same period last year.

A total of 1,840,575 passengers travelled between Malta and Gozo during the months of July, August and September 2019, according to figures released by the National Statistics Office.

When comparing the third quarter of 2019 with that of 2018, the number of passengers went up by 3.4 per cent.

The highest number of passengers was recorded in August - 649,878 or 35.3 per cent of the total for the quarter. When comparing to the previous year, the number of vehicles increased by 8.0 per cent, totalling 538,864.

The number of trips amounted to 8,240, an increase of 21.8 per cent over the same period in 2018. The majority of trips took place in August - 2,802 or 34.0 per cent of total trips for the quarter.

Between the period of January to September, passenger and vehicle traffic originating from Ċirkewwa was busiest on Friday and Saturday, whereas highest numbers from Mġarr were recorded on Sunday and Saturday for passengers and Sunday and Monday for vehicles.


24th October 2019

Lawyers, notaries and accountants would need to register with the MFSA when providing Company Service Provider activities.

22nd October 2019

The airport advised the public not to be alarmed if they witness unusual activity, such as emergency vehicles.

22nd October 2019

The country has now had two of its major cities honoured in global rankings.

21st October 2019

Total expenditure in the second quarter amounted to €1,250.9m, an increase of €186.9m over the previous quarter in 2018.