MALLORCA residents will be able to travel between the Balearic Islands for around €20 plus fees from July.
The government announced a 75% discount on flights between the islands on Tuesday.
Residents should pay no more than €22.50, plus fees, for a flight, it was revealed
With the maximum airfare costs currently fixed at €90, travellers will pay no more than €30 in total for a one-way flight.
Minister Marc Pons said the government would be keeping a close eye on airlines taking advantage of the new discount by hiking up prices.
Residents will continue to receive a 50% discount on air travel to mainland Spain.
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