THE future of air travel in the islands is the subject of an online survey being conducted by Guernsey Finance.
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FLYBE will assess conditions after the runway redevelopment is finished before making a decision on whether it will bring its Embraer 175 jet aircraft to Guernsey.
FLYBE reiterated its commitment to the Channel Islands yesterday as it indicated it was cutting services in the light of falling sales.
A decision by Blue Islands to withdraw – as it termed it – its financial support for tourism in Alderney has re-ignited the uneasy relationship of two loss-making airlines slugging it out on restricted turf.
BOLD claims by Aurigny’s management that the airline will be back in profit within three years may yet come back to haunt the States.
AURIGNY and Blue Islands could merge to create a ‘major player’ airline, according to Derek Coates.
A NEW air route between Guernsey and Plymouth took off for the first time yesterday.
NO NEWS is good news. In theory.
A FLYBE passenger has won his battle against ‘outrageous’ extra charges after the airline admitted it was wrong and reduced baggage costs for holders of its own credit card.
AN ARMY wife wants cheaper travel for servicemen and women – and their families – to visit Guernsey.