The end of Gozo tourism? – Roy Perry
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The closure of Gozo Heritage could well spell the beginning of the end for Gozo Tourism – and even commercial activity in the island.
The exhibition is one of the best of its type anywhere in the world but needs a throughput of visitors.
If only the GTA had thrown all their efforts to establish a small airfield JUST 500 METRES AWAY this precious jewel would have survived.
I now ask GozoNews to run a campaign to ensure the future of the island.
I have carried out years of research into the possibilities of an airstrip to replace the helicopters. Now it is time for Gozitans to get off their backsides, grasp the thistle, to stop pussyfooting about and DO SOMETHING..
The fact that new and improved roads have been created in the area to serve Tal-Kus and Ras il-Hobz shows that someone can ‘Gatt’; things done.
Is it their own fault?
Whilst the Gozo News fully respects Mr Perry’s right to air his views and opinions, we also equally respect the right of anyone else who may have opposing views. We are therefore not in a position to take up any campaign ourselves and must continue to remain completely unbiased.